Panorama Hotel Alphubel
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... extremely colorful.
The weather was stunning, hot and clear and we decided to
spoil ourselves with a Pizza in the sun at one of the many restaurants.
And then back onto the train for the return trip to Sion and
our camp where we spent the late afternoon swimming in the local lake and
sucking on a few “frosties”.
Our first real “RELAXING DAY”.
Time to move again, so we packed up camp and left Martigny
for Sion whereafter finding parking at the station we caught a bus up the
mountain to visit the Pyramids De Euseigne. The bus dropped us in the town of
Euseigne and we walked back along the road to view the Pyramids.
The Pyramids are difficult to describe as they are really
one of the most unusual natural formations that I have ever seen. These
formations were formed when a glacier split into two ...
... that we chatted to for about 30 min on the walk). Murren is a lovely little village, most of the buildings are made of wood and decorated with carving and motifs. After an ice-cream we headed back down to Stechelberg, once again by cable car, then to Chalet Barli our home away from home.
Wendy who owns the apartment has been planting up her planter boxes and we noticed that ...
With a forecast of mainly cloudy, but a strong desire to go hiking, we drove up the Saartal valley through Saas Grund, a little village sitting in the bottom at 1569m and drove up the narrow winding pass to Saas Fee, a little town sitting on a plateau at 1800m. A barrier across the road a few hundred metres out of the town directed us to a carpark, but with a height restriction of 2.2m, we opted for the field next to it. Although our van is within, ...
... laid out, much in line with my guide book's description of being an easy trail. However, halfway in, it took a severe turn for the worse. I thought CT had been a tough go, but this was beyond anything like that! At least in CT I actually had a trail, this hike had stretches were there wasn't even a trail, just rocks painted with red and white stripes I would gingerly pick my way towards and then scan the landscape for the next such marker. And in the ...