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Today was going to be relaxing, no excuses. We cycled into
Sion and caught a train up to the tourist center of Zermatt which is famous for
its amazing view of the Matterhorn.
The train trip was uneventful and we sat back like rich
people watching the scenery go by from air-conditioned comfort. One change of
train at Visp and two hours later we were in Zermatt.
... 8220;flows” and left
a band of debris standing which subsequently eroded to leave the formation that
is seen today. One of the most remarkably things about the Pyramids are the
giant rocks balanced precariously on top of the pillars.
From here we planned to walk around the mountain to the town
of Veyzonnaz where we would catch a bus back to Sion, as in a relaxing day. So
off we set, the route proved to be very steep up and very scenic with an
... who had been silent, inquired if we wanted to switch seats with her so we could be by the window. " I've been here many times", she said. We took her up on the offer, thrilled to be able to watch the passing scenery as we approached Zermott.
The ride went so fast as from then on we chatted with the woman, whose name was Agnes, the whole time. She had worked and lived in Zermott years ago and was now returning for a visit. She was ...
Today was a rainy day in Zinal, a tiny ski town here in the Alps and almost to the Matterhorn. We hiked to the top of the Col de Sorbois and were able to intermittently see the glacier blue Lac de Moiry but we never got to see the grand ...
... After some back and forth (mostly by me, not Joe), our conclusion is that we will have had our fill of long, hard days of strenuous hiking and especially, of navigating our way across immense boulder fields and feeling pressure to hurry on and get to our destination. On the Appalachian Trail and the John Muir Trail, we had a tent with us and could stop and camp when we were inspired; this freedom was wonderful. Here, hiking without a tent, ...