Where to hike in the alps in june?

Jan 27th, 2009, 07:32 AM
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Where to hike in the alps in june?

where shld we stay for a few nights to go walking/hiking in june that has lovely views, greenery and charm? we loved murren/wengen/grindelwald and zermatt in past years. The car-free aspect was great. We need a place where we can walk/hike up, but take cable cars or trains down due to bad knees.
Places i have heard about:
Adelboden? Lenk? Bettmeralp? and Pontresina/St. Moritz?
We are open to going to Austria or the Dolomites.
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Jan 28th, 2009, 01:45 AM
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Hi Alain - There have been several recent threads on hiking in the Dolomites.

Val Gardena makes a good base there - with several lifts up to fine hiking country.



There are organised excursions from the resorts if you prefer to join a group.

If you are interested in more serious hiking, consider the Vie Ferrate.





Hope this helps ...


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Jan 28th, 2009, 05:52 AM
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You should also consider the areas around Salzburg/Berchtesgaden. Lots of beautiful, well marked trails, many of which are open year round
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Steve...I just wanted to drop in and say how much I appreciate your contributions to this forum WRT the Dolomites region. The more research we do for our upcoming trip, the more valuable your posts have been to us. So thanks.
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Hey thanks Mr Go - that's nice to know

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Here here !
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Jan 28th, 2009, 07:22 AM
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Salzburg area in June? Argh no. On the Northern side of the Alps, June is known as a notoriously rainy month. With the recent changes in climate this rule is not as reliable as it used to be, but anyway, I'd say avoid. Two weeks of non-stop rain is no fun if you plan a hiking holiday. Stay South of the main crest.
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