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... restaurant. Also a very nice and cozy iglu. In total we were a nice group of 15 people. After dinner we went on a small snow shoe hike with great view down to Zermatt, Matterhorn with moon and zillions of stars and of course another small drink. What an experience! Back at the village we went to the heated wooden bar. At around 10:30pm we jumped into the jacuzzi. This was dynamite! Sitting in the hot pool, being astonished by all these ...
... alone with no other peaks as high to take away from its grandeur. From Zermatt you get the view where its shape is easily recognizable. Zermatt itself is a resort town I would want a ski vacation at and the town doesn't allow cars just golf carts opertated by the town acting as taxis. We got our dose of Swiss tourist shops full of Swiss Army Knives in ...
... that Zermatt is popular with asian tourists as well because I was the only non asian person down there. Everyone else was also absorbed in their phone or laptop.
- I woke up and had the hostel breakfast. ...
... this line all four trains simply head up the mountain as
one train but in four units just following each other like busses.
After taking even more photos of the magnificent views along this section
we arrive at Kleine Scheidegg where we change trains for Jungfrau.
The station here is in turmoil with thousands of people trying to board
every train to the Top of Europe. While trying to locate our private coach
between the crowds an announcement is made that ...
... I was beginning to mistrust the campsites shown on my map.
Sure enough, the next campsite was also in the out of position from the map, though at least it still existed and was open. Settling in for the night I realised that over the previous six days and six passes I had climbed a combined altitude of over 8000m. In a roundabout sort of way, that’s like climbing Mount Everest on a bike...sort of.