Finally we are at the top! Actually not yet , because this is the end station of the cable car to the Klein Matterhorn. This photo was taken directly after getting of the cable car at around 3850 meters above the sea level.
This is one of my favorite photos that I snapped from the Trockner Steg. On the left you have the Gandegg T-bar lift and on the right Furggsattel Gletscherbahn that was closed due to wind at the time I took the photo.
View from the first platform at Klein Matterhorn on a very windy day. In the middle there is Castor (4226m) and on the left, the two big peaks, you can see Lyskamm West (4480m) and behind it Lyskamm East (4527m).
This photo was snapped from a hill that I conquered after a half-hour hike. I know this photo is nothing special, but I have to include it just for the sake of my memories. Every now end then I think of the deep snow and the slow approach towards the[...]
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.
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).
This is the highest ski lift in Europe, possibly in the whole world. It will take you to Gobba di Rollin enabling you to reach magnificent 3899 meters above sea level with any hiking. It operates only in the summer.
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