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Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee
Gav and I grabbed breakfast in town. There were a herd of goats - I think it was a show for us tourists but what the heck they were cute and they looked the part. We found a cafe that was serving half priced coffee and sandwiches - a nice surprise as we didn't find out until the bill arrived. Then we stalked up on food for the kids and headed back to wake them ...
... at 4:30. Then caught the last of the second lift at 4:45 pm. The views were spectacular with a clear sighting of Zermatt on one side and the peak of the Matterhorn on the other. Matt was disappointed he couldn't rent a snowboard or rent a scooter to go down but well you can't do everything. Gavin stayed in town and spent the day doing laundry - we were out of just about ...
... over the gorge, followed by a stop at a super fun playground and then more hiking through a glacier garden, which is a path that shows where the glacier traveled and carved through the rocks. At the end of our big day of mountain exploration, we were rewarded with ice cream and a swim and hot tub at the hotel pool. The twins requested a cheese and chocolate fondue dinner which they got half of. Apparently, chocolate fondue is not very common. Maybe it's an American creation? - ...
... we crossed the little wooden planked bridge and started the steady climb up through the pine trees. The signposts had given a time of 2:55 for Spielboden and 3:50 for the top of the Langfluh, but we have found the times to be fairly generous, so we thought, weather permitting, we would try for the top....maybe!
It was a lovely walk up to Spielboden - the cable car station was well in sight when we heard a couple of shrill screeches. It ...
... feeling energetic, there was a short track up to the Annenhutte but we would have to retrace our steps back down again to rejoin the trail. Turns out we are not that good at following directions!
We set off up the right side of the valley, past the lake that he had mentioned and then crossed a bridge which took us to the left side of the river. The mouth of the glacier was in full view. This glacier is over 6km long, so pretty ...
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