Day seven: Zermatt


This was our last full day here so we made the most of it. We took a tunnel tram up the mountain, up to about 8,500 feet, and then walked back to Zermatt, a 3,000 foot drop over about eight miles. It was delightful.

Rain set in in early afternoon, but it is warm and we are equipped for that, so it was not a problem.

Here are a few photos from yesterday and today:





The Stones are as old as the Matterhorn. The poster did not announce any appearances. So must be there for mere inspirational purposes. It was on a display here along with some other performances going on.

About Mark Tokarski

Just a man who likes to read, argue, and occasionally be surprised.
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4 Responses to Day seven: Zermatt

  1. Abe Froman says:

    Very interesting photos. I am expecting to see Rusty and Audrey in the background though.


  2. Abe Froman says:

    Rusty and Audrey are the children on the far left. Not sure if my attempt to post the photo in the body below will work im not good at this, so link as well:



  3. Abe Froman says:

    I do honestly enjoy seeing your travel photos they are interesting.


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