On the last photo of this gallery I will focus on Alphubel (4206m) in the middle and the Rothorn paradise below it. The highest station is Rothorn (3103m) accessible via a cable car from Blauherd (bottom-left of the pic).
A view from Klein Matterhorn to the Italian valley – Testa Grigia (3480m) the end station of the cable car from Cervinia. You can see Mont Blanc on the horizon a little bit to the left from the middle. To be able to spot Mt. Blanc a bit easier you[...]
This photograph might give you an idea how the Gornergrat (on the right) is situated. It is also connected with Hohtälli via cable car. On the photo you can also see a little black box between the two stations – that is Stockhorn.
When I am looking at this photo I still feel the light morning wind that was blowing at the time I was taking this photograph. It was half past seven AM, around -1°C and the orange sunshine was cutting the mountain’s top…
It took me around two hours to satisfy my photo-appetite in this beautiful ice palace! All photographs were taken without flash and with long exposures. This makes the ice glow as you can see on this stalagmite.
Lets have a look at my favorite Furggsattel Gletscherbahn. This six-chair started operation during 2006 and improved the Matterhorn ski area. It was early in the morning and the slope was hit by a shadow of Klein Matterhorn.
This last photo of the Matterhorn gallery is a view of Matterhorn from the highest sightseeing platform in Europe accessible by cableway at 3883 meters above sea level! Can you get any higher? Without a hike :~D