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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Allalin Saas-Fee
Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee
... nice through long grass. Finally many winding paths down to a road ...well what they call a road, I can see the church ..home base, good. It's good at least to fill up my water from the mountain stream .... And finally back in the town. Left at 10 and back at the hotel at 12 ...glad I gave myself plenty of time ...didn't quite plan on a mountain hike !! But it was beautiful and the forecast for rain ...I don't think ...
... still had to stop and take
Finally into the main building and rather than wait for the lift I decide
to use the stairs. Well, one would have thought going down 5 flights of stairs
would be a rather easy task but at a altitude of 3454m it soon took the energy
out of me and I began to feel slightly dizzy.
Into the restaurant and I grab a seat right by the window with a
magnificent view. All I wanted here was a nice hot cup of coffee but as ...
... cows in the mountains!) for about 30 minutes to Lauterbrunnen, a little place between two mountains. Our hostel was in Gimmelwald, about 3000 feet up, and too steep to drive, so you have to park your car at the bottom, grab your luggage, and take the cable car up. The view going up was just spectacular. We got up to Gimmelwald and our hostel was right there. We went in, found out room and wow! I've never stayed in a hostel ...
... This town is encircled by 14 peaks over 4000m, plus the big glacier fields of the Dom and the Allalinhorn. If only we could get up high enough and push all those clouds to one side!
We do feel as though we are inbetween seasons at the moment; the hiking season is drawing to a close and the skiing season is not quite in full swing. The weather is a little more unpredictable and temperatures, especially at night are starting to fall. As we had ...
Today's journey has taken us to a tiny town about 4000 meters into the Swiss alps. The only way to reach this town is via a cable car, or a 40 minute hike through the mountains. There are no roads and no cars! As soon as we arrived, we were immediately struck by how quiet the area was. The only sounds were various bird calls and distant crashing water falls. The occasional sheep's bleat or cow's moo can be heard. No traffic, no city noise, hardly ...