A gentle stroll in the Swiss alps

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The phrase “hiking in the Swiss Alps” conjures up images of lumberjacks with flannelette shirts and belay ropes scaling the rugged Eiger mountain.

Our hiking tours in the Jungfrau region of the Swiss Alps were more of a pleasant stroll.

We walked along well formed, signposted pathways, through fields of vibrant spring wildflowers, breathing in exhiliratingly crisp alpine air, as the melody of cowbells echoed up from the pastures below.

The jaw-dropping scenery along the way was reminiscent of Julie Andrews in the opening scenes of “The Sound of Music”.

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