Hotel Du Soleil

Address: Saas-Fee, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3906, Switzerland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee

DAY 144 ZERMATT HOME OF THE MATTERHORN MOUNTAIN

A travel blog entry by juliebell on Jul 01, 2015

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Ok so I set off to explore the gorge ...20 minute walk ...20 minutes from where ?? I at least walk an hour to get there and then find a sign that says some other place ..no one is on my track ??? Finally a local lady says to go that way ..ok then ..down the mountain side I go across a stream ...great got wet things now ..(wore things as it sounded like a casual stroll ) skinny path across grass lands ..oh I'm in ...

Zermatt and the Matterhorn

A travel blog entry by nancya on Oct 07, 2014

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Today we are in Zermatt. The day is cloudy so most of the higher mountains are obscured. Zermatt is car free but allows small electrical vehicles like taxis or delivery trucks. As you walk you never know what is coming behind you because there is little sound from these vehicles as well bikes go full speed down the street . It is bustling here can't imagine how busy it will be when the snows arrive. We take a cable car to ...

Hike to Weisshorn

A travel blog entry by egatfield on Jul 10, 2014

9 photos

... forget-me-nots, and clover. We climbed steadily upwards and watched as the trail became muddier and squishier while the snow line seemed to be falling to greet us where we hiked. It was like the Sawtooths in April. Across the valley, granite fins, snowcapped peaks, and boulder fields came and went from view as the clouds ebbed and flowed on their whims. It was a ceaseless play of moisture and temperature, light and ...

Contiki part 3: Austria, Munich and Switzerland

A travel blog entry by sophevans on Jul 02, 2013

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... wet. After we climbed back down, we had a little picnic, mostly of Swiss cheese and bread (because everything else at the shop cost a fortune). Then we walked back to Contiki camp a different way. A few girls walked into town, and the rest of us threw a footy around for a while, then climbed up to behind the waterfall near the camp. Another good workout for us! That night was our Swiss Party Night, and to save money at the bar, we all bought cheap wine from the ...

"Swiss Franc" Connections

A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 15, 2012

5 comments, 15 photos

... France.


INTERLAKEN/LAUTERBRUNNEN: The mountainous country of Switzerland brings civil engineering to new heights. (If you could flatten Switzerland out, it would likely be the size of California. As it is, it covers roughly one-third the area of Western Washington.) We marvelled at it all---tunnels, incredible bridges, narrow switchback roads that overhang deep, steep gorges.


We did not, however, shed a tear leaving Interlaken after ...