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... its great but now and again it can be something you did not
really want! Thankfully todays was some big pot with everything you can imagine
in it but best of all was the great lumps of meat which i think were beef.
the rain now coming down in buckets I headed for the train station and boarded
a rather full shuttle train back to Tasch.
per always on these long biking adventures I am always prepared for any weather
and so I really was ...
... hot chocolate.
With chocolate in hand I stood chatting to the chap in the shop. I thought the temp up here today was about 3 or 4 Celsius but he confirmed it by telling me it was now -1 here at the top!!!
Warmed up I decided to tale a walk around the mountain and go see the glacier. On the way there I made friends with s few wonderful mountain goats which made the walk even better.
Round towards the glacier the first thing one comes across is a rather large frozen ...
... cliff on tandem flights.
After a good lunch of gulaschsuppe and bier and other things, we headed on down toward the Riffelalp resort hotel. The trail got a bit dicey and steep in spots, and our knees were feeling the rocky sufface at times. We were rewarded at the Bosco restaurant by the hotel with some great coffee and orange drink. It was spitting rain for a bit and we decided to take the train the rest of the way down to town. ...
... to a fairytale palace in the heart of the ice. Here glittering ice crystals and shimmering ice sculptures danced before our eyes. A few of the group were becoming a little breathless so we returned to the restaurant where Chris had organized glasses of Prosecco ( my favourite) overlooking the mountains. Perfection! Thursday and our last day here. Quite cool and windy as we started out towards the gondola station for a ride up to Trogener Steg then to ...
Sean checking in here.
As the weather continued to improve, Aaron and I became more committed to finishing the Haute Route per Kev Reynold's guide by walking all the way to Zermatt. The last stretch from St Nicklaus is described as a long 18km along the valley floor using a combination of old roads, service roads, and trails to cover the distance. Altogether, it was supposed to be 5+ hours of walking and we (including the ...