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... about the 25 or so km I had to ride in the
rain. I have my big one piece rainsuit which will keep me dry, or so i
course I only had my rather empty topbox and all other stuff was still back at
the hotel so now for sure I was going to get soaked!!!
the pouring rain I head out of Tasch and there ahead is a long stream of
traffic crawling along. I make my way passed most of the cars and finally are
behind the cause of it ...
Day 11 The road to wherever 1-10-15 Intschi to Stalden
Today my plans were to head westwards across Switzerland to the wonderful town of Zermatt which lays right at the tip of the mighty Matterhorn mountain. However as you shall read I never quite got that far.
Over the last few weeks I as anyone can well imagine have been full of excitement and adventure. Everyday I'm out riding or climbing mountains and finally back at the hotel I sit for hours sorting the days photos out ...
... The afternoon sun felt great and the little old wood houses quite charming.
The next morning in Zermatt was perfectly clear, and we were able to view some climbers on the summit of the Matterhorn through the telescope on the deck of the hotel. Amazing to watch the walk across the snow on the summit! We were fortunate to have the day to be able to see this, as the next day was cold with new snow and most likely no climbers.
Tuesday, 29th. Another stunning day as we set out with Heidi and her son, Marvin to travel to the magic ake including a breathtaking gondola ride up to Kandersteg at altitude of 1700 metres. A 30 minute hike took us down to the mountain lake Oeschinen. After a light lunch we had a 30 minute walk back up to the Gondola station, where Heidi, Marvin and Greg tried out the luge track. Pretty exciting stuff! Down the gondola and after farewelling Heidi and Marvin we jumped ...
... ice sculptures carved out of the glacier itself. As we were so far up, we were not only cold but pretty dizzy. I was happy to head back down the cable cars.
We jumped off the last big car and decided to walk back down the mountain. Bill had done his research (wonderful again) and knew of a paved trail that was downhill the entire way back to town. Downhill is a good thing, but by the time we made it back to the hotel ...