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007 Walk of Fame, Schilthorn Piz Gloria
007 Walk of Fame, Schilthorn Piz Gloria

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EXPANSION 007 WALK OF FAME ON THE SCHILTHORN

On the Schilthorn ridge, the existing 007 Walk of Fame was expanded with four information boards. A total of 13 boards currently line the path.

Participants from the James Bond film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" have been immortalized on the Schilthorn ridge on a total of nine information boards. Four more have now been added to the world's first 007 Walk of Fame.

Stunt drivers, an angel of death and a designer

One of the new panels is represented by Erich Glavitza. In 1968, the Viennese was hired by the filmmakers as organizer and stunt driver for the stock car race in Lauterbrunnen. As the main stuntman for James Bond, Eddie Stacey was sure of his role and is now also given a place on the Schilthorn ridge. The Israeli Girl, Helena Ronee, one of Blofeld's angels of death, joins other Bond girls on the Walk of Fame. Terry Ackland-Snow was behind the scenes as a draftsman in the art department. He designed the Schilthorn building for the film and added the famous heliport.

All four information boards have been designed in the same style as the existing ones. Accordingly, each panel is provided with a photo, the signature, a handprint in steel and a personal message from the participant. The stars from the film leave their traces at the 007 film location.

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Schilthorn Cableway Ltd (Switzerland) connects the Lauterbrunnen valley from Stechelberg with the idyllically situated, car-free mountain villages of Gimmelwald and Mürren, continuing via Birg station to the Schilthorn summit at 2970 m.a.s.l. The panoramic views of over 200 high-Alpine mountain peaks and the UNESCO Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau World Heritage landscape are unrivalled. The Schilthorn acquired international prominence through the filming of the James Bond movie «On Her Majesty's Secret Service» in 1968, and Secret Agent 007 has been an integral part of the Schilthorn experience ever since. At the Piz Gloria revolving restaurant, guests can revel in 360-degree panoramic views while they dine on regional dishes and snacks. Belonging to Schilthorn Cableway, the Allmendhubel funicular railway runs from the heart of Mürren village up to the same-named top station – a starting point for hikes and popular excursion destination for families. The Schilthorn world of experience is a popular destination with guests of all ages – for sports activities, culture, leisure and pleasure.

Schilthorn Cableway Ltd is based in Interlaken, the internationally renowned resort and favoured excursion starting point for guests from all over the globe.

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Christoph Egger

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Schilthorn Piz Gloria 2970 m

Schilthorn Cableway Ltd is based in Stechelberg and connects the Lauterbrunnen valley from Stechelberg with the car-free mountain villages of Gimmelwald and Mürren, continuing via Birg station to the Schilthorn summit at 2970 m.a.s.l. In front of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, the Schilthorn region offers numerous activities for guests from all over the globe. The Schilthorn acquired international prominence through the filming of the James Bond movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" in 1968.

Schilthorn Cableway Ltd
Höheweg 2
CH-3800 Interlaken
Switzerland