Binnental

We started the day by crossing the Goms suspended bridge : 280m long and 92 m above the Rhône. In the village of Ernen, a fresco (considered to be the oldest of its kind) depicts William Tell’s most famous moment.
Then it was a long hike up a couple of valleys until we found a suitable camping spot at the foot of the next pass.

 

Notre journée a commencé par la traversée du pont suspendu de Goms, perché à 92m en-dessus du Rhône et d’une longueur de 280m. Dans le village d’Ernen, on trouve ce qui est considéré comme la plus ancienne fresque montrant Guillaume Tell.
Ensuite, ce fut la longue montée, par deux vallées, jusqu’au lieu de notre campement, au pied de notre prochain col.

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