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  1. Christian Damiani went mountaineering.

    June 14, 2020

    04:04
    6.74 mi
    1.7 mph
    2,125 ft
    2,100 ft
    Fabian, Andrea Girlanda and 6 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      It is a very nice medium mountain hike. Surefootedness and alpine experience must be available, as well as very good condition. Hiking poles an advantage. On the way there are isolated benches to relax and barbecues to eat.When you have reached the highest point at Tufteren, there is also a restaurant where you can eat. In addition, in nice and cloudless weather you have a fantastic view of the Matterhorn.Zermatt is an idyllic village with many sights with all the trimmings.Important: This hike starts directly from the Alpen Resort Hotel. However, you can also start from the Zermatt train station.Important: Zermatt is car-free, so you park your car in Täsch. There are several parking garages. From there, the train continues to Zermatt. One-way price without the Half-Fare travelcard is CHF 8.20For your information: moderate mountain hike

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      • June 14, 2020

  2. Christian Damiani went mountaineering.

    June 13, 2020

    04:46
    8.72 mi
    1.8 mph
    1,800 ft
    1,750 ft
    Vreni, Hans-Ulrich (Ueli) and 7 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      It is a very nice medium mountain hike. Surefootedness must be present, as well as good physical condition and alpine experience. On the way there are always benches to relax and enjoy the view. There are also a few barbecues. Zermatt is an idyllic village with many sights with all the trimmings.Highlight of the mountain hike I felt the following for me:- Gorner Gorge what was created in thousands of years can be experienced here in one day. Duration of the crossing approx. 20 minutes. Entry and exit via the Blatten mountain hiking trail possible.
      Opening times: Daily from the end of May - mid October / 9:15 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
      Admission: Adults CHF 5.00 / Children CHF 2.50 / Groups of 10 or more CHF 4.50
      - A visit to the glacier garden in Dossen is recommended. You can see what the glacier normally hides on its underside: polished rock slabs, glacial pots, bizarre rock forms.- Furi suspension bridge step grids lead from the one side of the valley to the other on the 100m long steel cable suspension bridge and 90m deep. The crossing is safe. But it takes a little courage and a pinch of vertigo. Whoever has made the bridge suddenly finds himself in an idyllic mountain forest, with larches, Swiss stone pines, squirrels.- Ricola herbs garden is very nice to visit and interesting to see how many herbs there are from Ricola.Important: This mountain hike starts directly from the Alpen Resort Hotel. However, you can also start from the Zermatt train station.Important: Zermatt is car-free, so you park your car in Täsch. There are several parking garages. From there, the train continues to Zermatt. One-way price without the Half-Fare travelcard is CHF 8.20For your information: moderate mountain hike

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      • June 13, 2020

  3. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    June 12, 2020

    02:04
    3.67 mi
    1.8 mph
    625 ft
    625 ft
    DOHU, Fabian and 4 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      It is a very nice and easy hike. Surefootedness must be present, as well as good physical condition. Can also be done with children (ages 10 and up). Paths are very easy to walk. There is also an adventure trail for children on this hike. On the way there are always benches to relax and enjoy the view. Zermatt is an idyllic village with many sights with all the trimmings.Important: This hike starts directly from the Alpen Resort Hotel. However, you can also start from the Zermatt train station.Important: Zermatt is car-free, so you park your car in Täsch. There are several parking garages. From there, the train continues to Zermatt. One-way price without the Half-Fare travelcard is CHF 8.20For information: easy hike

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      • June 12, 2020

  4. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    May 30, 2020

    02:56
    5.86 mi
    2.0 mph
    1,200 ft
    1,200 ft
    Hans-Ulrich (Ueli), Fabian and 6 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice moderate hike, in the first part of the hike it is quite uphill in the forest. Most of the hike is in the forest. Hiking poles an advantage, recommended especially in the lower area during the ascent, for those who need support.There are very nice viewpoints to the Alps and to Sihlsee. Occasionally there are bench seats and two barbecues.Surefootedness must be present.Info: Can also be done with children from the age of 12 and in good physical condition.I felt the highlight of the hike as follows:- At Chälen there is a small mountain hut (Dämhärnh hut) up here after the slope. From here you have a fantastic view of the Sihlsee and the Alps. And if it is not occupied, you can take a break here.- The statue of Sanctus Benedictus is worth a visit. He was born 500 years after Christ in Nursia / Italy. It is located in the inner part of Einsiedeln Monastery. From here you can see down to Einsiedeln Monastery.- You can feel the calm inside through the cemetery of Einsiedeln Abbey.- Einsiedeln Monastery is really nice to visit. Here you can feel so much energy inside.- Einsiedeln monastery shop and outside there are several souvenir shops to buy a souvenir.- Various restaurants in the area of Einsiedeln Abbey.Important: This hike starts directly from the public car park (fees apply). You can park for a maximum of 3 hours for CHF 5.00. Then you have to put in money again. Therefore plan your route well. If busy, there are other parking spaces nearby.For your information: moderate hike

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      • May 30, 2020

  5. Christian Damiani went mountaineering.

    May 29, 2020

    06:10
    11.8 mi
    1.9 mph
    4,675 ft
    4,650 ft
    Hans-Ulrich (Ueli), Fabian and 39 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice but difficult mountain hike, it is quite steep uphill and downhill. Hiking poles recommended, surefootedness and alpine experience must be available. There are very nice viewpoints around the entire mountain hike. On the whole way there are always benches, as well as isolated barbecue areas. After arriving at Rigi Kulm, the view of the Alps and the lakes is a dream for the eyes and soul.Highlight of the mountain hike I felt the following for me:- Chapel of the Holy Cross is very nice to visit when it is open. However, you can have a look. Was built in 1685 and renovated in 1778. For mountain hiking a very nice place with a wonderful view of Lake Lucerne.- After the chapel on the way there are bunkers, maybe you could go in with a flashlight, the doors are open. Unfortunately I didn't have a headlamp with me, so I can't say what it's like inside.- Felsentor the view is just fabulous. Here you can eat something at the Felsentor Foundation. There is a nice outdoor space.- Rigi Kaltbad First there are various shops (small ones) where you can buy something. There are also various restaurants (Restaurant Gratalpstübli, Restaurant Alpina, and a creperie.- Rigi Staffel there is also a very nice restaurant (Restaurant Gnuss) with a dreamlike terrace. As well as at the station there are public toilets- Rigi Kulm here you have reached the summit and now you can admire the view. Various benches are available to have something to eat or there is also a large restaurant and a small kiosk.Important: This tour starts directly from the public parking lot on the Weggis-Rigi-Kaltbad cable car. Fees due.For information: difficult mountain hike

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      • May 29, 2020

  6. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    May 21, 2020

    02:29
    4.83 mi
    1.9 mph
    1,100 ft
    975 ft
    Vreni, Fabian and 24 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice intermediate hike. Hiking poles an advantage. Surefootedness must be present. There are very nice viewpoints and a fantastic view of the Alps. Especially at the level of the Wasserflue, the view of the Alps is a dream. There is also a very large bench where you can take a break at the same time.
      There are a few barbecues along the way to relax and what to grill.
      The Salhöhe is a pass in the Swiss Jura at an altitude of 787 m. M. and a maximum gradient of 10.5%. It connects the towns of Kienberg and Erlinsbach. The Salhöhe forms the cantonal border between the cantons of Aargau and Solothurn.At the starting point there is the famous Saalhöhe restaurant where you can eat or drink something.Important: This hike starts directly from the public parking lot. (Toll-free)For your information: moderate hike

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      • May 21, 2020

  7. Christian Damiani planned a mountaineering Tour.

    May 19, 2020

    04:23
    6.58 mi
    1.5 mph
    2,600 ft
    2,625 ft
  8. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    May 16, 2020

    6.05 mi
    -- mph
    1,950 ft
    1,925 ft
    Fabian, Vreni and 5 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      A very nice intermediate hike, sometimes it is quite steep uphill and downhill. Hiking poles an advantage. Surefootedness must be present. Alpine experience is an advantage. There are very nice viewpoints and a fantastic view of the Alps.
      On the way there are always benches as well as very nice barbecue areas to relax and enjoy the view.
      There are 3 restaurants on this hike all the way. Two of them are mountain restaurants.Sorry if the duration of the hike and the KM / H are not shown. But my GPS Garmin GPSMAP 66st gave up exactly at the destination (battery) and somehow it didn't work properly with the synchronization. However, I was on the way for about 4 hours with breaks and taking a picture.Important: This hike starts directly from the public parking lot. (Toll-free)For your information: moderate hike

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      • May 16, 2020

  9. Christian Damiani planned a mountaineering Tour.

    May 13, 2020

    07:29
    13.9 mi
    1.9 mph
    5,425 ft
    5,475 ft
    Fabian, DOHU and Flavio Provenzano like this.
  10. Christian Damiani went for a hike.

    May 3, 2020

    02:03
    5.36 mi
    2.6 mph
    950 ft
    925 ft
    Vreni, Hans-Ulrich (Ueli) and 12 others like this.
    1. Christian Damiani

      This hike starts right next to the public parking lots (fees free). However, in the vicinity of the starting point there are further (free) parking spaces along the road, but these are limited. Otherwise you can also park vis-a-vis from the Zufikon community center. (Toll-free).It is a very nice hike. Can be done all year round. There are various benches along the way, as well as various barbecue areas.
      Can also be done on foot with children (from 10 years). Good condition is imperative.
      For information: easy hike

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      • May 3, 2020

About Christian Damiani

Mein Name ist Christian aber die meistens sagen zu mir chris :-). Meine Leidenschaft ist Wandern & Bergwandern. Ich liebe es in der Natur zu sein und immer wieder neues zu erleben und zu entdecken jeden Tag. :-). In meiner Freizeit gehe ich Joggen um mich Fit zu halten. Hier noch was ich sehr empfehlen kann ist eine Checkliste zu führen bei einer Wanderung & Bergwanderung.Folgende Checkliste habe ich für mich erstellt, und halte es immer Bereit bevor ich eine Wanderung sowie Bergwanderung geplant habe. Und bevor es losgeht der Checkliste nachgehen ob alles dabei ist und auch abgeklärt wurde. Eine solche Checkliste kann ich jedem empfehlen (auf eigene Art) durchzuführen. Wichtig: Immer auf die aktuelle Körperverfassung achten wie es jemand geht, und ob er sich Fit fühlt oder nicht. Nicht zu unterschätzen.Checkliste (Siehe unten)Route
Datum
Distanz
Höhe und Höhenmeter (Auf- und Abstieg)
Art der Wanderung:
Tageswanderung, Rundwanderung, Gipfelbesteigung, Mehrtagestour etc.
Start, Ende, wichtigste Zwischenstationen
Wegkategorie/n:
Wanderweg, Bergwanderweg, Alpinwanderweg
Weitere Anforderungen und Verhältnisse
Pausen
Rückweg
Teilnehmende:
Anzahl, Handynummern, Erfahrung und Kondition der Mitwandernden
Reise / Unterkunft
Ankunft
Treffpunkt
Abreise:
Letzte Rückreisemöglichkeit
Bei Übernachtung: Hotel- oder Hüttenreservation
Wetter
Prognose
Temperatur
Niederschlagsrisiko / Gewitterrisiko
Wetterveränderung während des Tages
Ausrüstung
Rucksack
Wanderschuhe
Kleidung: Regenschutz, warmer Pullover oder Jacke, Mütze, Handschuhe
Sonnenschutz: Brille, Kopfbedeckung, Sonnencreme mit hohem Schutzfaktor
ausreichende Verpflegung und Getränke
Wanderkarte
aufgeladenes Handy mit Notfallnummern
Notfallapotheke
Taschenmesser
Einschätzung / Alternativen
Meine Planung ist realistisch (Zeitplan, persönliches Können, Ausrüstung etc.).
Ich habe Anforderungen und Wetterprognosen geprüft und entsprechende Alternativen (z.B. Abkürzungen) ausgearbeitet, um falls nötig vor Ort umdisponieren zu können.
Die aktuellen Verhältnisse erlauben diese Bergwanderung, ich habe ein gutes Gefühl dabei.
Bei Wanderungen in Gruppen: Die Wanderplanung und -verantwortung in der Gruppe ist geregelt. Alle sind informiert und motiviert.

Christian Damiani’s Tour Stats

Distance224 mi
Time88:42 h