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Danielkfmn  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2015 3:27:34 PM(UTC)
Daniel Kaufman

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Hi Forum members,

We discovered the site as part of neighbours for Switzerland, and very impressed with the knowledge and detailed descriptions.

We'd love your help in planning our trip.

We want to make a short trip to Hut Hut (three to four days) in the fourth week of September.

Two options raised so far:

1. excerpt from the Alpine Pass Route, specifically from Murren to Kandersteg.

2. The family area, between Taschalp and cabins, Fluhalp Schonbiel (heard also on the Domhutte good things).

We're travelling in scale, but not really experienced in Alpine treks.

The first option is challenging. Which one has better views?

Of course we'd love suggestions too on other sections.

Many thanks in advance,

Daniel

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shirly.shalem  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, August 26, 2015 5:19:03 PM(UTC)
shirly.shalem

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Hi Daniel,

I go to APR weeks and since I have the book could help about the specified track.

According to the book track is less than two days so if you divide it into 3-4 days I think I can create something comfortable in terms of ups, downs and mileage.

Anyway are two days isn't easy when the first 1000 meters drop roughly two-foot drop and 1600 (of course there are quite a few ups but this is more fun).

The steep decline on the first day and not simple and includes cables etc so I guess it wouldn't hurt to stock up on sticks.

I assume you know the way to Kandersteg through the highest point in APR (except the Blumlisalphutte which is 200 feet above and takes about 15 minutes to get there) and the transition is simple but well worth it.

According to the pictures in the book appears to be a pretty nice stages so that proper bachloch I think you can handle it.

If you want you could take steps out of the book and of course I update as soon as I pass them out (expected to be around 16-18 September).

Good luck

Shirley

Danielkfmn  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, August 26, 2015 8:45:21 PM(UTC)
Daniel Kaufman

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Hey Shirley,

Thank you for the helpful answer.

We will be happy if you could send us the photos of the relevant section (email danielkfmn@gmail.co).

Indeed a good idea to split this way.

BTW, do you recommend to book accommodation in advance?

Good evening

Daniel

shirly.shalem  
#4 Posted : Sunday, August 30, 2015 12:09:11 AM(UTC)
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I sent:-)

About ordering places hard to say for sure because I'm traveling with a tent if it's maybe worth weekend.
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