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I caught the train from Andermatt up to Oberalppass and hiked up to the Pazolastock peak which was quite steep but worth the effort to get the views of the passes and back down into Andermatt. I then carried on to Lake Toma, this was...More
We drove here and then hiked around for the views. Great restaurant called Ustria Alpsu that we had lunch at. Must be a motorbikers dream of a ride. It is also the source of the Rhine. Definitely worth a visit.
I travelled with my friend from Andermatt to Oberalppass on the metre gauge railway Matterhorn-Gotthardbahn
There is nothing much at Oberalppass, but the experience of climbing up the mountain from Andermatt is exhilirating because to the eye, there is nowhere for the train to go...More
The source of the rhine River is from the hill slopes near this pass. There is a lighthouse from the lower Rhine that has been transported to the pass. The pass can be reached by car or train along the mountain railway.
I wanted to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the bicycle with a 2 wheel adventure. Andermatt is usually the start point for the Eurovelo15 EV15 but as usual I did the reverse and started from London UK cycling through Holland, Germany, France, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland....More
We walked about 15 km round trip via the Pazolastock and then the Tomasee. This is some of the most beautiful scenery I've experienced in Switzerland -- great vistas, still some snow in June, many types of wildflower, and lots of water. And some groundhogs,...More
The main reasons being the pass,the viaduct and a three course lunch. Sadly the sun we all love gave so much glare that for the most interesting parts a decent photograph was impossible,having said that it is well worth making the effort.