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... normal footpaths and walk along the edge of the mountain.
edge was rather steep and to make matters worse had quite a lot of snow on it.
as I walked the snow and ice got more and more and I had a few rather scary
moments. I now had two choices, continue with this dangerous challenge or head
back up the mountain and join the footpath!! Finally after a rather bad slip
down the edge I decided to head back the way I had come and joined the
... over the last few days and not much sleep my body was exhausted and was wanting some rest. i stopped at a local shop and bought some Red Bull to try and keep me awake and then continued.
I came to one town with a mighty gorge running through it and there I saw a rope bridge spanning right across this gorge and so i just had to go and investigate.
Bike secure and cameras out I was over onto this great bridge in seconds. This thing was sure a few hundred feet long and was ...
... 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 ...
... to buy as she lost her bread off her fork into the cheese. More rides for the four of them on the snow tubes was the go after lunch. I chickened out after the sledding incident and just as well because they said after the run had been used a bit, it became very slippery and fast and I saw Bridgette’s tyre fly into the air with no Bridgette and then Travis, tyre and all leaping into the ...
... Lauterbrunnen to Kandersteg and I was limited in time.
On Sunday I left Kandersteg with a daypack and 1.5L of water to head to Bluemlisalphuette (I still can't pronounce this word). My pack included a waterproof first aid kit, a ziplock bag full of dry food/energy gels/chocolate, whistle, rescue blanket, mini flashlight, my blackberry that was no good, shorts, extra socks, long sleeves, rain jacket, and 3 of the 8 maps Peter gave ...