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... yesterday’s hike. After lunch on the terrace of a mountain restaurant at Horntobe (1,994 m), and seeing it was my last day, I decided to hike via a 950 metre descent all the way back to Gstaad rather than take the easy way via cable car and train.
And with this wonderful day’s outing my three weeks of hiking in Switzerland involving some of my most enjoyable and challenging routes ever was at an end. ...
... and thither, To Earth must then Ever descend. It leaps from the heights Of the sheer cliff, In a pure stream, Then rises sweetly In clouds of spray Against smooth stone, And lightly received Flows like a veil Streaming softly To depths beneath. When the sheer rocks Hinder its fall, It foams angrily Flowing stepwise Into the void. Along its flat bed It wanders the vale, And on the calm lake All the bright stars Gaze at their faces. Wind is the water’s Sweet ...
... it was breathtaking. This also helped to motivate everyone else to get up and out of bed after a short night sleep. After a quick breakfast at the hostel, we were soon back on the road again driving through some of the most beautiful country I've ever seen with snow-capped mountains greeted us through the rest of our journey. Our GPS (named Silvia) was cheap, just like us, and avoided all toll roads which turned out to add yet another amazing experience. Right before a toll, we ...
... our respective countries.
The bus ride was fairly boring. We had two stops and Dee did her best to keep us entertained. Then we reached Switzerland.
Driving to the Alps was so much like driving towards the Rockies near Kamloops! I felt like I was on my way to Banff and it was strangely familiar. We passed by some small villages and saw a beautiful lake. The ...
... around drinking beer. I'm sure it would be a very interesting experience to stay at one of these, the only way in and out is a 30 min to 1 hr walk to town, totally surrounded by the Alps. We even saw a couple of little guesthouse/restaurants along the path. I have no idea how a place with no roads runs a restaurant, but they do. About half way to Gimmelwald, we decided to climb a "small" mountain named Bryndli that over looks the village and valley below. I guess our eyes were ...