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Today was going to be relaxing, no excuses. We cycled into
Sion and caught a train up to the tourist center of Zermatt which is famous for
its amazing view of the Matterhorn.
The train trip was uneventful and we sat back like rich
people watching the scenery go by from air-conditioned comfort. One change of
train at Visp and two hours later we were in Zermatt.
... 8220;flows” and left
a band of debris standing which subsequently eroded to leave the formation that
is seen today. One of the most remarkably things about the Pyramids are the
giant rocks balanced precariously on top of the pillars.
From here we planned to walk around the mountain to the town
of Veyzonnaz where we would catch a bus back to Sion, as in a relaxing day. So
off we set, the route proved to be very steep up and very scenic with an
... in Lauterbrunnen were doing the same. Last week they had four days of awful weather and the snow has melted on the cliff above the chalet. Apparently, these are the signs that spring is truly here and it is time to plant your spring flowers. Love the local customs! Next time I do a blog entry we should be at Lake Garda in Italy, we are really looking forward to a few days of not doing much.
... of our bikes are standing proud. Other than some small electric vehicles, this village is car free; this was a decision taken by the village when the road from Saas Grund was built in 1951, connecting the two.
Saas Fee is a skiing mecca. With 3 cable cars, 1 cog railway , 5 gondolas, 2 chairlifts and 11 T-bar lifts, there is no excuse for not being able to get up high. Any place that is good for skiers is normally a hiking paradise ...
... the snow hadn't yet cleared the path, leaving me scrambling up the snow, with ankles and calves swimming in the snow. However, upon arrival at Chilchbalm, all the exertion paid off as, after a bit that had proved extremely arduous, I spilled into the glacier fields. It was a large flat field surrounded in a panorama of the mountains, forming a large glacier bowl that could be named "God's Amphitheater." This is were the glacier fed river is born, the spring ...