Sheraton Davos Hotel Waldhuus
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... cleared of snow earlier than usual due to the Giro d'Italia passing this way a couple of days ago.
We parted company with Jane and Chris in Bormio (at the base of the Stelvio but on the other side from Trafoi) and headed to Davos through the Gallo and the Fluela Passes.
We will let the photos tell the story. Hope you enjoy the drive.
In Brian's words, our best day yet!
... like Tibet than the Alps.
Walking along a busy road, with ski lifts all around, I must say crossing this pass doesn't have quite the same raw magic as Splugenpass did. In fact, right at the very top of the pass is yet another cluster of hotels and restaurant.
There is one contraption that catches my attention: It's a cable that disappear way up the mountain, and a wooden box, which it looks like it's still in use, as a very, very rustic cable car to get up the ...
... head past the last village, following a quiet footpath up the valley as it gets narrower and steeper as daylight fades. There's one last town up ahead before the pass and I can see its lights not too far ahead. I figure I could try camping out, and if it gets colder that I can handle, I still have the option of hiking up to that town and checking into a ...
... some will come to a complete stop. On driver slowed down and swerved left, right, left right, not knowing what to do--even though I was a good 3 meters off the road! I guess it relates to the culture of everybody following a strict code of rules. So when someone is doing something against the rules (like a pedestrian walking in a place that's meant for cars) people get really ...
... on up the trail, zigzagging back and forth, back and forth, until I finally reach a rocky area of semi-waterfalls, with the beautiful waterfall not too far above.
Close enough. Time for a videoclip. I pause to soak in the view, then head on back down the moutain. By the time I reach the town of Auberbraz again, I've lost several hours and climbed nearly a thousand meters just to see a waterfall close up.
Worth it, I'd say... but I won't be doing this too often, I don't ...