Chalet Stella Alpina Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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I was now heading for the town of Andermatt which meant going over these
two passes and of course going via the wonderful mountain village of Belvedere.
As I had never been this route before I had no idea as to what to expect
but simply thought there was no ways it would be as good as my favorite Susten
pass, however I got much much more than what I ever expected!! These two passes
were two of the best road passes I have ever seen in my whole life on ...
... Winteregg due to warm weather.
Decided to go through an empty back country-type section, horrible mistake. Enough snow had melted by now that a lot of the shrubbery and rocks were exposed in this area. Beginning of the run was so steep that you couldn't see if there was a large drop off straight ahead until you were on the edge of it. Tried to follow tracks from previous skiers, got stuck plenty of times in the sticky, slushy ...
After a massive breaky this morning we headed from our beautiful setting in lauterbrunnen to head up the jungfrau railway to jungfraujoch - and what a scene it was. Indescribable beauty - Switzerland is truly the most pretty place I've ever seen (so far). It's going to be incredibly hard to beat as a highlight on my trip I think. The photos (despite taking a few hundred), just don't do ...
... the rain set in quite heavily. Close to Milan we turned north - heading towards the Swiss border via the Aprica Pass (1,176m), which turned out to be a very nice but very demanding, windy, narrow road with lots of switch backs. The drive was not made any easier by having to avoid a great many (very serious) cyclists using the pass for strength training, and crazy Italian drivers who like to straddle the middle line - there were a few hair raising occasions with ...
What a great way to start the year; skiing!
After skiing with us the previous day, Kat asked to join us for the day up at Kleine Scheidegg. I got off at Wengen to try to beat the train round the mountain by skiing. There were very few people around and I walked straight onto the gondola and headed off up the hill. At the top I skied down to the bottom of the Lager chair and then across to the Gummi to cut into the correct valley. Down to the bottom and up the Arven ...