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Ciaspolata (snowshoeing) on the Bachtel mountain

With its 1,115 m, the Bachtel is the second highest peak of Canton Zürich. The impressive snowfalls of the last days made it a perfect location for snowshoeing. Enjoy the panorama!
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The track starts at 580 m.s.l. in Oberdürten

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More horses than men

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A steep stretch before the 800 m.s.l.

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Almost there to the Bachtel top…

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An ice-cold sunset on lake Zürich before the way back. Click each picture to enlarge. Pictures shots with D800 + 50 mm f/1.4G

Posted by lorenzoborghi on February 2, 2015
6 Comments Post a comment
  1. 02/2/2015

    Nice winter-time scenes. That’s a fairly good amount of snow, and beautiful setting. M

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    • 02/5/2015

      And it is snowing more and more this week! Soon only pure-white pictures to be displayed 😀

      Reply
  2. 02/2/2015

    Love the Pics. Reminds me of many parts of Canada! My favorite is the trees with the picnic tables. I love the contrast between the horizontal and vertical lines.

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 02/5/2015

      I was skiing last week on the Swiss Alps and I could hear during lunch break a Canadian guy saying that Switzerland reminded him several areas of Canada … was it you 🙂 ? Thanks for the comment!

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      • 02/5/2015

        Haha…I wish. But the pictures remind me of the Rockies! Hope your trip was awesome!

        Cheers
        Jim

  3. 02/11/2015

    Reblogged this on Wilder Man On Rolling Creek and commented:
    My son just won two races in a snowshoeing competition this week. When I saw this these images, from Switzerland, from Lorenzo Borghi on his blog, I knew that I wanted to pass this on through a reblog. Enjoy.

    Reply

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