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... being extremely damp is home to many different
varieties of mushrooms, ferns and moss. On the way down we met up with an Adder
Snake which had just shed its skin.
The interesting part of the descent is that although it is
extremely steep and rocky, there are tracks that indicate that some maniacs
actually ride mountain bikes down these paths.
Eventually we arrived at a small group of chalets called
Gueuroz. These were probably holiday homes but a few ...
... day making up for the not so brilliant yesterday. We also spotted at he side of us and a few doors down 2 campers very similar to ours, our neighbour from Ireland and the other from Wales. We decided last night to head to Luxembourg via a quick stop on the German border to 'Saarbruken' where a film 'A bridge to far' was made somewhere in the area about Germans attempting to blow up the bridges crossing over the River Rhine. Rich wasn't exactly sure the location and the ...
Day 6 on the Haute Route
Since I need to catch up on some much needed sleep after two nights of way- less- then- 8- hours, this must be short...let me start with the most interesting part of the day-- the ladders. There was a section of trail today that allowed hikers to get through a pass in one of two ways, those being up through a boulder field, climbing in the traditional way, or to navigate the sheer rock face by way of ...
Day 5. The Haute Route Cabane de Montfort to Cabane de Prafleurie
After a delightful breakfast we saddled up on what was to be our most arduous and challenging hike on the Haute Route. We were rather conflicted about which of the routes to choose because the most scenic route involved a 1hour+ detour because of a rock slide which would push our hiking time well over 8 hours. But what else are you going to do all day and we came to see ...
... the driver dropped us to begin the next portion of our hike to the Cabane Du Mont Fort. So we took a train from there to Sembrancher and then had to switch to yet another train to take us into Le Chable. Whew! What a day! Already it is nearly noon and we have been going and going since 10:30.....after all of that we needed to take a break, and so we walked into Le Chable for a delightful lunch at the cafe in the center of town. Now fortified we were ready to tackle ...