The River House Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... wind roars through the narrow gorge and makes the bike really unstable, scary stuff. To make things worse my brakes have worked loose and are not as sharp as they ought to be. Never mind, I make it down and all's well. The train ride saves me at least 3 hours of gruelling work. Better still I find a bike shop and the guy fixes my breaks, cleans up the gears and only asks for a donation. While at the station I'm amused by the passengers from another train that pulls into ...
... show the cliff edge in the videos and photos. What would be even more inspiring would be to attach a camera to a long stick and hang it sideways off the side of the bike and simply have it hanging over the cliff as I ride!!! That sure would make for a grand video!!
My favorite pass in the Alps has always been Guai pass near Cortina in Italy but after today’s trip over this pass I somehow think Susten Pass is to become my favorite!!
Riding down the west side of the ...
... was here I got stuck for two days and totally snowed under. At least now the shops and hotels etc are open and there are people to be seen. Last November the place was about the most deadest town I have ever seen in my life!!
Snack time over and it’s off towards Andermatt. The weather has now changed for the better and the sun is shining as we make our way up to the summit of Juller Pass at 2284m.
Even though Juller is quite a high pass there does ...
... traffic was heavy and the light soon became flat as we entered the clouds. The Hundschopf was most notable for the fact that JJ tried to lean on his bent ski pole as he came to a stop and it broke, so he skied the rest of the day with one and a half ploes. We found some more jumps and bumps off to the side as the run flattens into the gliding section so we looped around the Bumps T-bar to run the section again. This was the scene of the most spectacular ...
... 5,5km (3.5miles) long.
During my visit here last summer these long tunnels seemed rather chilly inside and one could not wait to get out of them back into the warm sunshine. However, as its now winter it seems the complete opposite from what it was in summer. The outside temp was extremely high already at a staggering 12 Celsius but while passing through these tunnels the temp gauge just kept rising. It hit 15, then 18and finally it got right up as high as 22.5 Celsius. I ...