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Woke up to sunshine and an urge to do some exercise. As
usual my travel agent had everything planned and after breakfast we set off on
our bikes to visit the Georges du Trient. This is a beautiful gorge that is
situated on a river that has cut the gorge over 200 meters into the rock. The
cliff faces have been equipped with walkways that allow a visitor to access
deep into the area. Really something special.
From here we saw a path heading up the ...
... move so looked for Rich to come and help me. he got me on my feet and took me to the grassy area where I tried to lay down as no way was I able to sit, most of the impact was on my lower spine and tail bone. I sat (sort of) for a short time but soon got back up and headed back into the water with Rich but only stood waist deep. Jan saw my fall so she and Chris soon came to check I was OK. Apart from being sore and uncomfortable I thought I was ok but about 15/20 mins later ...
... across the valley. It all just makes you feel so tiny in comparison!
After another hour or so we began to climb in earnest to the Cabane Du Mont Fort perched precariously atop a knoll with its Swiss Flagg fluttering in the breeze above it. We were fortunate to get one of the two person attic rooms and we even have a tiny wind that whistles in the wind.
While waiting for our dinner, we sat downstairs drinking great Pinot, eating the greatest Lindt ...
... De Glace like a still river trapped in ice, Glace De Argentiers like a ‘storm trapped in ice’. Sounded spectacular and was! The first part of the hike took about 45 min, and walking around a bend came face to face with the ‘stormy’ end of the glacier. Amazing! Stopped for some speccy photos then continued on the high path leading to a point further along the glacier (hard work and at altitude – Sam very ...
... we will have to pay a one off Swiss tax of over 40 euros and also do not have our passports on us. We have travelled just 9 Kms into Switzerland but far enough to see the cow bells, the cuckoo clocks and the Swiss chalets. Coming back to Chamonix we see amazing mountain scenery going through these villages. Later that day we go to La Houche and explore other areas around ...