Hotel Garni Bergheimat
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... little town of Zermatt, including a visit to the Matterhorn museum, before jumping the train up to Gornegrat to take in the view of the mighty Matterhorn and the glacier. We headed back down the mountain and back to our hostel for a feed and an early night after a big weekend in ...
... up the path to stand right under this falls.
Just getting up this long steep walkway had me once again puffing like a
steam locomotive and its then I realise I need to start exercising.
Looking up at this falls I was simply expecting to just walk up to where
the water hits the rocks below but I was in for something even greater. From the
road this falls looks rather small and thin and by the time the water has got to
the bottom it appeared to be more of a ...
... br> Finally, we came down through the pine forest that takes us down to the meadows and finally to the town. It was 5pm. Looking back up the Langfluh, we could no longer see the cable car station or restaurant and it was still very cold nor had we any idea where we were going to camp that night! To be fair, we didn't really care....marmots and chamois...what else do you need!
... got some picnic supplies. So I started out with a block of cheese, two wheat rolls, a twix bar, two bananas and ONE bottle of water. Seriously, I take more than 16 oz of water to a one hour spinning class, what was I thinking? Basically after consulting with Tim at the hotel and the couple that did it yesterday, I had decided to give it a try, but if at any point I saw the cable car that heads to the same place i was headed wasn't running, I should ...
On recommendation of the Lonely Planet, Gimmewald and Schilthorn seemed like a good way to spend half a day before making our way to Guyeres.
The cable car to Grütschalp (1487m), then the train to Mürren (1684 m) were relatively straight-forward; however the cable car to Schilthorn was closed due to the strong winds ; so on to Gimmewald it was. The ...