Hapimag Resort Chamonix La Cordée
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... being extremely damp is home to many different
varieties of mushrooms, ferns and moss. On the way down we met up with an Adder
Snake which had just shed its skin.
The interesting part of the descent is that although it is
extremely steep and rocky, there are tracks that indicate that some maniacs
actually ride mountain bikes down these paths.
Eventually we arrived at a small group of chalets called
Gueuroz. These were probably holiday homes but a few ...
... having a catch up on the internet courtesy of the free wifi at reception. The sun was out again Sunday morning and turned out to be a glorious day. Well almost. We left the campsite around midday and headed to a lake near 'Chambury' It was quite busy when we arrived and the Aire we aimed for was chocker. The camper vans were all parked so close together you wouldn't of been able to fit a moped between them. We carried on driving and soon got parking on the road along ...
... down 60 feet to the rocky bottom. Then, we reached the first ladder, about 14 feet high, set against the vertical wall. After making it successfully up that, there is a single metal step beside the ladder that I stepped onto to reach a second, shorter vertical ladder. At the top of that I had to move to a 20 foot bridge with a steel grate bottom and two cables along the sides. At the end of that was another vertical ladder and ...
... snack, to have with drinks on our balcony. Lovely! Soaked up the mild conditions and great view for a while before I headed off for a shower while Mitch cooked up our much anticipated spaetzle dinner - It was a gastronomique masterpiece! For dessert – two more wonderful creations from the local patisserie (me – Le Savoyard, a raspberry, cake, cream combination; Mitch had Fleur de bois, a berry mousse creation). Heaven
... still unsure of many of these) and learning about toll payments etc etc.
Had to ring the accommodation to let them know that we would be late, and to get instructions about how to get in (thought reception closed at 6pm). Lots of problems getting the right number – and when finally managed to get through, had a challenging conversation with a lady who spoke ‘a little English’ (good match for my very little French)! Not 100% ...