These boots are made for walking… Another nice and sunny day means we are out there again, exploring new terrain and ticking off the white spots on our very personal map. Guess how far we walked today? About this far.
When you are in full explorer mode, you notice all kinds of little things along your way. For instance, there were about 10 different tracks in the snow that I discovered within little more than an hour. There are big ones, little ones, medium ones. All of them. But today, the biggest ones that we found were ours 🙂 yeahh – we rule!
Well, let’s just call it one of those days where the weather forecast wasn’t even remotely exaggerated and conditions are near perfect. Started our tour around 8.30 am – not an early start, but early enough to beat the crowds for most of the trip. Can you tell who took the photograph? Ah well, that was easy…
It’s really just a pleasure to be out there and enjoy the views while slowly but surely climbing further to the top.
One of the most famous mountains around – you can see the exceptional shape of the mountain from far away, but the closer you actually get to it, the more majestic it builds up in front of you. Some of the walls are overhanging and you are advised NOT to ski or snowboard down the main rock wall in the middle of the image – NOT even if you are one of the more extreme ones out there! Also, you are meant to be quiet when passing this area as the marmots are asleep an estimated 3 meters underneath the surface. You don’t want to wake them in the middle of winter – they get REALLY grumpy!
Nice play of scale, shape, texture and light I reckon. The slope you’ve been dreaming about the night before…
And there we are – that’s us on the summit – ready for the downhill part of this trip.
Concentrate and then just trust your senses!