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... have a different phone number over here +41 0794 377 597. It is both cheaper and different from the one I may have told you I was going to use.
Today I had a very challenging hike planned, but missed the train that gave me the connections I needed so had to settle for one I knew nothing about.
This hike is across the Lutschinen Valley from yesterday's. So a train ride from Wengen to ...
... with poor visibility at the top of the lift.
We did this chair twice before trying to get down to the Wixi chair. The wind and a couple of closed runs made us change our plans and we headed back to the bottom of the Arven chair before grabbing a drink at the restaurant.
Then it was the 'last run of the day' otherwise known as finding the way to Wengen without doing too much work.
The Wixi chair was closed due to the wind so we headed up ...
... red runs down to the Mannlichen chair lift to get our ski legs back and then we joined up with Jon's friend Bruce and skied over to a different chair lift for a couple of runs. The last run of the morning had the crash of the day. JJ headed off to the left into some well used off piste snow and was cutting back towards the run when the little dip he saw ahead of him was, in-fact, a gully! As he hit the snow covered edge of the gully his left ski detached and ...
... extremely difficult to see. I decided to simply plod along at about 55mph which seemed a safe speed in these conditions. At least if anything from this bad weather it meant the bike would get a wash and hopefully get rid of most of the salt that was all over it from the road down from Edinburgh.
As I plodded on through Luxembourg the weather got better and at last I could actually see what the surrounding area looked like. Many parts of Luxembourg look very much ...
... There are buses, funicular railways, cog railways, cable-car/gondolas. Also there are walking and biking trails between hamlets, although the elevation change takes some getting used to ... especially when the air is already a bit thin. But all the while you are surrounded by the most astonishing and distracting scenery. Monday's weather looked a bit iffy, so we decided to take a route where we could easily stop to endure a downpour. Now, ...