Instead of picking your favourite blueberry, raspberry or cranberry off
the supermarket shelf, why not picking them direct from the bushes or
shrubs in the Swiss Alps? More fun, right?
See how the older goats lead the younger ones from their stalls where
they sleep at night to the pastures where they graze during the day.
Walk behind them and they will show you the way. They even know how to
cross the highway and bridge to get to their grazing ground. (Available
in August and September only.)
Just as curious to see you as you are about seeing them, some of these
squirrels will come down from the trees to check you out. A few of are
not shy to take the nuts from your hand. Look at how nice a squirrel
may hold your hand while taking the food from you.
name familiar to many business people and those interested in politics,
this world-renowned town is located in the canton of
Graubünden. It is where 2000 of the world's most powerful
people meet for the World Economic Forum. Davos is also the highest
city of the alps, i.e. the highest city in Europe.
Largest city in the Italian-speaking canton of Switzerland. This third
most important banking centre in Switzerland is where the fashionable
go to see and be seen. Feel a different ambiance here.
- Highest Hamlet in Europe The
highest village in Europe where people live year round. In summer, take
a footbath in the nearby spring water from a creek.
Nice things in the nature can only be reached by foot. Take an approx.
30-minute walk along a path that was once covered with glacier to see
one of Switzerland's glaciers that has not melted since the ice age
which ended about 12,000 years ago. Quick! See it before global warming
takes it away! It's melting each day!