Hotel La Ginabelle
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after about 20 minutes I arrived into the wonderful town of Tasch. Here I now
had to leave my bike and catch a train to Zermatt as Zermatt is a no vehicle
walked around Tasch for a while and it sure is prepared for visitors parking as
almost every street has a large car park.
I bought my return train ticket to Zermatt and boarded one of the shuttle
trains. This Matterhorn - Gotthard ...
... a beautiful waterfall running down the cliff. Further round and there is the glacier. Once again, like any glacier, it takes a while to work out just how massive this lump of ice really is. Only when you see people walking near it can you work out the size.
Finally down at the actual glacier and a tunnel has been cut into the ice and so off I go for a walk.
Outside it was still bitter cold in that biting wind but here inside the ice tunnel felt rather warm compared ...
... was being difficult and hiding in many clouds that day.
From the Gornergrat, we rode the train down one stop to Rotenboden, got off and began to hike down the mountain with Riffelalp as our destination. The day was cool and cloudy but many lovely views. Before a stop at Riffelberg for lunch, we had the chance to view, fairly upclose and personal, a couple of parasailing instructors with their clients, suiting up and taking off ...
... 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 ...
Woke up to the sound of church bells ringing. Sat on the balcony, the Matterhorn in sight, eating a roll with butter. Met Bob and Alice at the train station. Walked through Zermatt along the Bahnnhofstraße. We saw a family The view of herding goats through the main street. These farmers were dressed up in what looked like traditional clothes. We eventually got to the gondola at the end of town and transferred a few times to get to the Zermatt ...