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Loetschenpass in Switzerland 6
Switzerland

Made a wonderful hike from the Gasterntal (1'537 meters abobe sea) up to the Lötschenpass (2'690 meters) and down to Ferden in the Lötschental (1'375 meters).

Here I am at the top of the Lötschenpass at 2'690 meters next to the Lötschenpass hut. I had a soup and a hot tea here because it was quite windy.

See also  http://www.loetschental.ch/en/tours/mountain-tours/2811504/loetschenpass-hike

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