More hiking in the mountains, so far the longest hike I can remember; 18km. That is, since GPS watches/trackers exist. I’m pretty certain I walked for longer distances as a child. As least it seemed like I was walking 50km per hike.
I explored the Sanetsch area. I started at the cable car station, then wandered up to the Prorochet Hut.
It’s quite a lunar landscape as we’re walking on lapies (limestone pavements) soon enough. I enjoy jumping from one stone to another, with the freedom to create my own path. My shoes don’t agree, though.
I was mostly all alone as I took the first cable car on the morning and the hut was already closed, thus losing 99% of its attractiveness for tourists.
To this point, my lower back had completely given up (spondylolisthesis). The next morning, all pain was gone. Go figure.
A small movie (no, my video skills don’t improve):