Berggatst-Haus du Trift
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... is an amazing system. It may
only be a small narrow gauge railway but the trains are in tiptop condition and
they run extremely smooth and quietly.
line really is scenic as it makes its way uphill to Zermatt but this was
nothing compared to the railway I was about to board at Zermatt.
the shuttle train and straight across the road to buy a ticket for the
Matterhorn Railway to the mighty Gornergrat.
railway is a ...
... finally write my blog. By the time i get to sleep its about 2 or 3am every night and then I'm up again about 07h30!!
Today I think my body was trying to tell me to slow down ;-)
I left the wonderful guest house in Intschi and had still not made up my mind what way to go. I could either go over the Susten pass or the mighty Furka pass!!
The Susten would be quicker but I have been over it twice now and so I decided on going via the Furka pass.
After loading up ...
... and probably said I was crazy. It wasn't too cold but it was to cold for that attire. A cardigan is now required. We donned our cycle gear and found a path into Aosta along a fast flowing river. Aosta is580m above sea level situated in the centre of Aosta valley. It was founded in 25 BC by the Romans at the junction of the major roads leading to France and Switzerland. Its surrounded by superb mountains. This ancient town dates back to the pre-historic age, to Roman ...
... on the terrace watching the clouds play around the summit of the Matterhorn, we retired to our rooms to....guess what? The same views as the balcony. Awesomely amazing! Wednesday and we woke early to watch the Matterhorn in all its glory begin a new day. Leaving the hotel at 9 we boarded the train (the first of many modes of transport for this day) and rode the GGB Gornergrat-Monte-Rosa-Bahn to Gornergrat, 3,089 metres above sea level. Here there is a large platform ...
Had our breakfast then collected our luggage and headed for the railway station at Monterosso. Heaved our cases up the stairs, no elevator. Train arrived on time and we headed to Milano. A couple of Italian men helped lift our cases onto to the luggage rack above our seat. When we arrived at Milano we put our luggage in the left luggage office for a few hours, it cost €6 per piece for up to 5 hours. We walked out of the station, checked out some market stall ...