Xalps in 530 days: Winter Hike’n’Fly with amazing photos

You are lucky if you land next to a photographer.
The Swiss’ flatlands are usually covered by a think layer of fog during the winter. Then it’s time to check some skiing areas’ webcams. And if it’s sunny up there, then go for a hike above the clouds.

Last Sunday was one of these days. Mt. Rotenflue (1571m) in middle of the Mythen region / Central Switzerland was my destination for a small hike’n’fly tour. The flight was quite short, because I wouldn’t want to dive inside the thick layer of clouds. So I landed next to a ski slope – and next to a hobby photographer, who took some amazing photos. Enjoy them!

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Photo by Ivo Räber.

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Photo by Ivo Räber.

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Photo by Ivo Räber.

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Photo by Ivo Räber.


Photo by A. Holler.


Photo by A. Holler.


Photo by A. Holler.

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