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I’m an inquisitive walker. I love going to places I’ve never been before. I’m always wondering what might be over the next hill or round the next corner... Read the full post
Posted: 05/02/2014 09:40:07 by | with 0 comments

Winter snow breaks in SwitzerlandRebecca Bruce, Inntravel’s Alpine and Scandinavian expert, has been to more mountain villages than she can remember. However, even she will admit that there is something very special about the Hotel Bella Tola in St-Luc... Read the full post
Posted: 05/12/2013 10:57:49 by Rebecca Bruce | with 0 comments

Self guided walking holidays in SwitzerlandNot many people know this, but the British ‘invented’ modern Switzerland. In the mid-19th century, Switzerland was a divided, impoverished country with virtually non-existent access to its remoter valleys and with little or no industry. Then along came excursionist Thomas Cook – and the rest is history. Read the full post
Posted: 20/11/2013 15:47:55 by | with 1 comments

There can be few views of the Swiss Alps more familiar – or spectacular – than that of the towering peak of the iconic Matterhorn, emerging from a billowing skirt of white cloud to pierce a bright blue sky. You cannot fail to be inspired by such majesty, as was artist David Grech, who has just returned from this alluring corner of Switzerland...
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Posted: 12/07/2013 09:47:40 by | with 1 comments

It might be approaching two decades since I was a keen geography student on a field trip to the Cairngorms, to study glaciology, but over the course of a week in the Bernese Oberland in June this year the memories of what I learnt on that trip came flooding back... Read the full post
Posted: 08/07/2013 13:53:08 by Peter Hunt | with 1 comments

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