Hotel Seehof Davos
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... and have eagerly anticipated this drive since we started planning the event. It has been on Brian's bucket list since Clarkson (from Top Gear) brought it to the world's attention.
We started the drive early as we hoped to beat the mass of tourists expected. It is a long week-end in both Germany and Italy. The route is very popular with German bikers and is expected to draw large crowds. The pass ...
3 hrs, 5 kms
It is a chilly night--but not unbearable. I wake up in the morning feeing quite proud of myself: I've managed to camp out high up Alps--and lived to tell the tale. I continue across the last cow pastures, towards the cozy little ski town of Stuben, which consists mainly just of hotels, restaurants and ski shops. From here, I climb above the tree line once again, up a steep slope and around a bend to another barren looking valley. Without trees, it ...
... watering holes for skiiers going and coming from the slopes. I reach the last train station for a while. After this, the rail line and the freeway are going to burrow deep under the mountain. There's a little voice inside me that tells me that I could just hop on a train to Innsbruck, and spend the night in a warm hostel... But I quickly silence this ...
Day 282 2 hrs, 5 kms Dalais is another peaceful little village, built partly in the valley floor, and partly up the grassy slopes. I get off the trail for a bit to make it easier to walk from town to town. I find, a bit to my amusement, that drivers seem utterly baffled when seeing a pedestrian by the road. Even when there's a very wide shoulder and plenty of room for them to drive ...
... s a whole network of trails up the mountainside, some catering to farmers who grow grass on the higher slopes, others cater to hikers. The higher I go, the better view I get of the valley, cliffs, forests, high mountain peaks, stretching on to the east and the west.
Finally I reach the trail that goes up to the base of the falls. I figure there's no point in hauling my backpack up, since I'm coming back the same way. And nobody steals anything here in the Alps... right?... ...