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People who don't have the necessary respect for mountains usually learn to respect them the hard way. There is a site with all of the CH sites listed with details on level, where it is, access etc. Sorry, no mountain huts to propose (the ones I checked last weekend are still closed), but you could always start the Trans Swiss Trail which is well below snow line, or go to Ticino where you should find some very nice, snow free hikes (and awesome food).Just to add, from memory most via ferratas have the/some of the cables taken down over the winter and they need to be "re-strung" and checked by the people who maintain it. Possibly a few mountain huts over there might be open as well.The winds forced the closure of various mountain lifts and caused scattered damage, largely to the roofs of buildings.A 67-year-old man was seriously injured when a gust of wind blew him off the corrugated roof of a garden shed hut in Sevelen in the canton of Saint Gallen on Tuesday, cantonal police reported.The hut at the top of Grosser Mythen is open, Trollefar was up there on Sunday.There were still a few patches of snow, and the weather forecast said it would snow yesterday and today though, but the weather is supposed to get better...eventually. Could do either, the two dayer obviously no VF but mountain hut experience.
They had considerable amounts of old snow from 1800m up. They had considerable amounts of old snow from 1800m up. The Swiss are a hardy folk and "mountain huts" tend to be suitably above villages - where a hike really would take 2 days - and not "4km up the valley, just out of view of the street lights" You may find it easier to find a suitable village - and plan a few hikes from there (staying 1 or 2 nights) OR checking out and walking a couple of stages of one of the main routes - or picking out a regional route. what i think we will do is 2 day walk in vaud / southern fribourg near some of the farrata I can see on this map if they are safe, we'll give one a go. Otherwise I am still open to suggestions of a good two day hike in this region with a mountain hut involved That's not overly ambitious, that's just stupid.In the wake of the storm, snow fell in northern parts of Switzerland at higher elevations, including the Jura Mountains and the Alps, while heavy rain hit the canton of Ticino and the southern parts of Graubünden and Valais.Roads through several mountain passes were closed, some of them for the season.Having said that, try to search at have a look at And, just to have said it: You are too early. Having said that, try to search at have a look at And, just to have said it: You are too early. You could start the national route 3 (in reverse) in Geneva and see how far you get in a weekend. Das Brten und der Nestbau der Turmfalken, Wanderfalken und Mauerlufer (Tichodroma muraria) soll nicht gestrt werden" Closed until 31 July to protect the wildlife. I am paying my Reka membership so people who go themselves into a mess can be rescued...No mountain huts that I am aware of, but if hiking and ferratas are your goals (note the spelling), try the area west of Neuchatel This one always looked interesting to me. "Laut Anordnung des zustndigen kantonalen Departements ist die Via ferrata immer vom 1. but that does not mean that people should go on a Klettersteig when there is fresh snow at 1400m this week.
Buses were pressed into service to provide alternative transport between Bern and Fribourg.