Les Neiges d'Antan
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after about 20 minutes I arrived into the wonderful town of Tasch. Here I now
had to leave my bike and catch a train to Zermatt as Zermatt is a no vehicle
walked around Tasch for a while and it sure is prepared for visitors parking as
almost every street has a large car park.
I bought my return train ticket to Zermatt and boarded one of the shuttle
trains. This Matterhorn - Gotthard ...
... all the way to Mont Blanc on the Italian side and camp there by the town of Aosta. It was an expensive drive on the motorway that day but then the km go down fast and you get there quickly without spending 6 hours driving. We stopped for a coffee and ordered two lattes. Once out of the shop we realised that they had given us two cups of milk! No coffee! We added our own. On arrival at the campground I was still wearing t-shirt and shorts and the guy booking us in looked ...
... was being difficult and hiding in many clouds that day.
From the Gornergrat, we rode the train down one stop to Rotenboden, got off and began to hike down the mountain with Riffelalp as our destination. The day was cool and cloudy but many lovely views. Before a stop at Riffelberg for lunch, we had the chance to view, fairly upclose and personal, a couple of parasailing instructors with their clients, suiting up and taking off ...
... Matterhorn glacier paradise). The summit lift carried us to the highest viewing platform in the Alps which has been cut out of the rock face. At 3883 metres above sea level a 360degree panorama opens up taking in 38 peaks towering over 4000 metres and 14 glaciers in the French, Italian and Swiss Alps. As it was such a clear day we're sure we also saw Mont Blanc in the distance as well as the Jungfrau in all her radiant beauty. A lift took us 15 metres below ...
... called Grand Dent. They get quite a bit of snow here and in 1999 they had a huge avalanche which cut off the road and killed 12 people.
Steffie left in the minivan which drove up the mountain to the launch pad, while we walked back into town to take a look around. There wasn't a lot going on especially at 9:30am in the morning and we stopped for a breakfast croissant and took a look in the local supermarket. We walked back just in time to ...