Chalet Hotel Schoenegg
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... kinds of coffee
and my favourite was on there and that was a Mocha!! I was just about to head
in and have dinner there until I noticed it was a Chinese Restaurant!! Sorry
but i never came to Switzerland to taste Chinese food, I want some Swiss food
and so the search went on.
I found a good restaurant and simply did my usual and just ran my finger down
the menu and said I will have that. Whatever they deliver to your table is a
... by 3 large cables each side. It sure was wobbly.
With a few photos taken I made my way back to my bike and continued along this rather boring road.
My head was now nodding and i was struggling to stay awake. Finally as I rode through the town of Stalden I just happen to notice a nice hotel and so it was in there right away.
As the price was good I decided I will stay here for two nights and go and explore Zermatt and Matterhorn tomorrow.
Up to the room and ...
... There were black-nosed sheep grazing by the lake and the day was very cold at windy at that altitude, about 43 degrees not including the chill factor. We didn't linger!
On the way down on the cable car we got off at Furi, a little settlement with a couple of restaurants and some houses, and of course had a coffee and drinks before we walked down to Zermatt from there on the scenic trail through the forest and several ...
... This walk is dominated by the Matterhorn and the Furgg glacier. It was freezing and very windy as we donned another layer and set out along a construction road then to the track eventually leading down to a gorgeous restaurant where hot chocolate and a small pastry restored our energy and we continued downwards on at times steep, twisting paths and at others, upward steep , twisting paths, at times in strong, gusty winds and at times in warm sunshine. It was a ...
... leg up, where we caught the last of the cars up the side of the huge Klein Matterhorn (meaning little Matterhorn, the second highest peak in this region). This last cable car is the highest in Europe (glad I didn't know that before hand) and took us the final jump to our all new highest elevation of 12,740 feet.
We were lucky, it was mostly clear for our arrival at the top. It was also really cold. We took in ...