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... to see white snow every where. We came across where the kids were sledding and talked to a chap who let Liam borrow his sled. He thought it was just the best thing ever. You could hire sleds so we decided to catch the later train and for €7.00 Liam sled his little heart out. Rob & I couldn't miss a chance either. Liam is such a dare devil, it doesn't take him long to get the hang of things, then he tries all different maneuvers not caring if he crashes. I asked him ...
... and stopped for beers, hot chocs and hotdogs. Mitch begged us to go into the ski park and Stew missed a landing on a small jump hurting his left shoulder, not badly but enough to be pretty uncomfortable for packing a car & taking a 20 hr plane trip home
We rode the highest gondola in Switzerland up to 3883m overlooking Zermatt. Unfortunately by 3.30pm the 'tormenter' was blowing viciously. At one point Mitchell was stopped in his tracks while ...
Changeover day Swiss style went off without any major hitches. The trains were once again ruthlessly efficient creating a couple of nerves for us trying to lug our inordinate amount of gear between platforms with minutes between trains, but as expected we arrived in Verbier exactly 2hrs and 48mins after leaving Zermatt. We were greeted by a beautiful day once again with more people saying that it is way to warm for this time of the year and that there was snow coming on ...
... us to the medical centre just does that all day. We finally left Verbier around 7pm so luckily it wasn't too late. I didn't want to be driving back through the mountains on icy roads. When we got back to Chamonix we just quickly dropped our gear off then dropped the car off then grabbed some dinner at the same pub we went to last night. By the time we ate it was nearly 10pm so after dinner and a couple of drinks we went back to the hostel, ready for Chamonix to open ...
... as the first. We zig zagged our way down to the valley, crossed a pretty little stream and then started the up hill climb to our destination. It was tough going, but we puttered on up the hill and made it back to town. We joined the many other hikers straggling back in to town after spending the day wandering around the hills.
Speaking of other hikers, we met a ton of people on the trails today. It always amazes me when we see the folks 70 plus out ...