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Today is the
second last day of my holiday so I felt I should do a heavy hike as it is to be
my last one. I’m now in a hotel in Megeve, a fairly upmarket village
particularly in the ski season about 30 kms from Chamonix. It is also only an
hour’s drive from Geneva which makes the return of my rental car on Sunday
prior to joining my flight home that much easier.
As all the
... huge mountain with his dogs and some camera equipment. The aim was to capture some wing-suit fliers as they flew right over the top of us. Were we successful and I'm stoked I got to see them do it from such a vantage point.
I'm now sitting in Toby and Rach's studio as the work away at editing videos of extreme athletes being extreme. This place is crazy y'all.
Time to upload some photos and then go looking for another adventure.
... entertained most of the time, though the occasional traffic lights at roadworks provided some dramatic viewing opportunities for me. Coming into Chamonix was really dramatic and H managed to find a great picnic spot next to a golf course (pics). Nice to stay in an hotel for a change, simplicity and anonymity oddly reassuring. Love to all again. ...
John, my brother in law and I had a magnificent day up at L'Aguille de Midi (3,841m) high above Chamonix followed by a three hour hike from the cable car's mid station to a glacier where we caught a little mountain cog railway back down to Chamonix.
We were very lucky; the weather was perfect, full sunshine and beautifully clear air. Great for photos. I'll enter more details once I have a little more time. I just wanted to get these photos up on the ...
... at the time!
It was also quite breathtaking viewing the mountains in the background – Quite dramatic with the wispy clouds drifting across in front of jagged rocky outcrop formations.
Once at the bottom, we made our way into the cave, which was discovered by a couple of English explorers, and has since been carved out further and turned into a commercial operation. Although it is somewhat man made, it was still an awesome thing to be down ...