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Täschalp 2214 m asl

Swiss Tour Monte Rosa overlooking the Matterhorn

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Täschalp 2214 m asl
Inserted: 13.04.2018
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We set off to the northern part of the Matterhorn on the popular Swiss Tour Monte Rosa, which consists of three parts, and we set off to part of it. We set off by train from Zermatt to Täsch. These 5km of track cost us every 8 CHF. From here we climb traversing around the waterfall to the saddle Täschalp 2214 m above sea level. Here we join the popular Swiss Tour Monte Rosa and return to Zermatt. All the time we have the opportunity to enjoy the Matterhorn.

Täschalp 2214 m asl

Swiss Tour Monte Rosa overlooking the Matterhorn

We set off to the northern part of the Matterhorn on the popular Swiss Tour Monte Rosa, which consists of three parts, and we set off to part of it. We set off by train from Zermatt to Täsch. These 5km of track cost us every 8 CHF. From here we climb traversing around the waterfall to the saddle Täschalp 2214 m above sea level. Here we join the popular Swiss Tour Monte Rosa and return to Zermatt. All the time we have the opportunity to enjoy the Matterhorn. We didn't like the weather very much. It was snowing in the morning and we were bothered by fog in the afternoon.

Täsch

The town of Täsch is a point of reference for a car with an internal combustion engine. It has become a starting point for us.

Täsch
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Cemetery near the church in the town of Täsch

More than the church fascinated me, this beautiful cemetery.

Cemetery near the church in the town of Täsch
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Täsch waterfall
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Täsch waterfall

The drone from a distance reveals that we are going right

Climb to Täschalp

The Swiss landscape is breathtaking

Climb to Täschalp
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Täschalp in sight

We walk around the river Täschbach. She will lead us to the saddle

Täschalp in sight
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Church or chapel

I admire these indestructible buildings, which are made of stone and their roofs.

Church or chapel
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Täschalp 2214 m asl

View of Täschalp and we continue on the Swiss Tour Monte Rosa.

Täschalp 2214 m asl
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Splendor

A decent path from which dizziness sometimes comes.

Splendor
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Matterhorn

On the way to Zermatt, the Matterhorn is on the horizon. We weren't so lucky that day.

Matterhorn
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View of Zermatt

Zermatt our main destination and place (Camp at the station) from where we undertook all expeditions.

View of Zermatt
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