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This week the first wintery Cold front passed true Switzerland and dumped up 70 cm show in some Areas. Beautiful Sunshine after the front passing made me saddle my Bike and cycling up to the Schwägalp , The Road up the Pass was mostly snow free but descending form the Pass was rather difficult and freezing coooooold. I was glad when I spotted an Bakery in Waldstatt ...
... worldwide and 2,500 in their Ditzingen operation (near Stuttgart), which is like a little village. It is a very modern facility and spread over multiple buildings, which are all connected by a series of underground passages which protects them during the harsh winters.
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Reichsgasse 11, 7000 Chur, Switzerland
... br> The next day we took off north through the notorious Splugenpass...pretty views but I'm glad I wasn't driving!
Stopped to hike down the gorge at Viamala which has been carved out by the Rhein River. The next stop was Ruinaulta, where the Rhein flows below white carved cliffs. Our destination for the next two nights is another refugio, Alpenrosli, at St. Antonien. Christoph met up with us and his sister and family came the next day.
Quick entry to reflect a lunch stop in Liechtenstein. This tiny country is most famous for selling postage stamps, and the fact that almost every European tour operator includes a few minutes here so they can boast of another country visited. Now that I think about it, maybe that 's what we did :-)
The next (crazy!) idea I had was to tackle the Nebelhorn - http://www.das-hoechste.de/en/summer/mo untains/nebelhorn/ which is just a four hour drive away in the Allgäu. The point of this madness was that from the bottom (815m) to the top (2224m) is around the same climb as I will do in Nepal (up to 1420m!). This was definitely the most difficult walking I've done so far. It was so steep at times with a variety of terrains from walking on tarmac roads ...