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Reisbegeleiding 9,0
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Overnachtingen 8,2
Reisroute 8,4
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  • 10

    Excellent, Tough Trip but Very Rewarding

    We did this trek in July and had perfect blue sky weather every day, but rain on the last day for the walk into Zermatt. The trek for us was one of the best European treks we have done and was very challenging/tough but extremely rewarding with stunning and changeable scenery every day. We really enjoyed the camping although the mountain huts and auberge were a little close for comfort but manageable once you got use to the idea of sleeping closely with other people!! This trek had it all for us. High col passes, snow walking and bum sliding, steep ascents, steep descents, rough terrain, boulder jumping, chains, forests, gushing rivers, waterfalls and lakes and absolutely stunning snow capped mountains and scenery. However, we were a little disappointed that the itinerary was not followed on the first day of walking and we missed not starting from the teleferique at Plan Praz and also the high level contour walk with ladders and chains.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Arriving at a col each day at just under 3000 metres after a long, hard ascent and the stunning blue sky views that awaited us.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    As a result of Simon's background he was a fast paced, no-nonsense leader which, on occasions, was necessary due to the challenging/tough nature of this trek. However, a slightly slower pace to meet the total group needs might have been more appropriate as those who were at the back every day struggled to keep up and we had to keep waiting for them to catch up. Conversely, you really need to be a good and very fit mountain walker to get the best out of this trek.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    On your first day off at Les Bossons, Chamonix (the warm-up day), do the ascent and descent from the campsite to the Refuge de Bellachat at altitude 2152 metres. This will give you a good feel for what the daily ascents and descents are like, whilst warming you up nicely for what is in store most days. If you make it, try the delicious omelettes at the Refuge and the views are also very stunning. For the huts and auberge take a head torch with a red light so as not to wake people up with a bright LED and also ear plugs. You only need to take a sleeping bag liner in your day pack and no flip-flops for the huts as croc shoes are provided. You will need to take a towel and soap etc as you can have a shower in the Mountain Huts at a cost of 5 Francs and they are free in the auberge. The long descents can be very arduous on your knees - definitely take and use two poles.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    As the trip notes state this is a challenging/tough trek and you need to be more than a fell walker, capable of walking at altitude. You must also be capable of walking at a moderate to fast rate each day sometimes over very uneven rocky ground, otherwise you will probably be the one at the back holding the group up every day and preventing them from achieving the daily challenges e.g. ladders and high routes thus causing the leader to 'water-down' the itinerary. This will affect the dynamics of the group and also put you under pressure and potentially prevent you from enjoying a wonderful trek.

  • 10

    Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn

    This was my first ever trek so I was anxious at first. I quickly settled in to the group and found the trek a great adventure and experience. The guide we had was excellent in terms of gaging the groups abilities and leading us. The support member of staff was also relaible and provided a good service. It was a hard trek at times but very rewarding. I am already looking to plan my next trip with Exodus!

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The groups support for each other. I can't name one moment as there were many. Everyone had different strengths and abilities and were able to inspire each other at different times.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Excellent. Very knowledgeable, supportive and friendly. He was a great leader and I had every confidence in him.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    None that has'nt alresdy been provided in the trip notes.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    No further information to add.

  • 6

    Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn

    We were a little unfortunate with the weather in that we had a full week with minimal views, quite a lot of rain and very low cloud which was disappointing and at times frustrating. However we had a great group and learnt to recognise a lot of alpine flowers, as this was all we could see at times. We really appreciated the expansive views when the sun finally came out. The tents were a really good size for two and Charlie whipped up some fantastic meals in camp.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Finally getting to see some fantastic views after a week of minimal visibility.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Jenny was keen to keep the group together during the day, and make sure the group didn't get too split up. She did a good job at trying to keep morale up when the route had to be changed on several occasions as it was too dangerous in the snow and poor visibility to go across the highest pass of the route to Col Prafleuri, having already had to go on the low route rather than go on the path near the Trient Glacier.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be prepared to experience days with poor weather and limited visibility, rather than just the picture perfect blue sky photos in the advertising for this trip. Also pack clothes/layers for all temperatures from a really hot sunny day to a cold winter's day - we experienced it all.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    At times the group will be encouraged to take and pay for additional cable cars/chair lifts not described in the trip notes. Also at times it felt more like a coffee stop tour rather than a walking tour, but that may just have been our revised focus due to the poor weather we experienced.

  • 8

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    excellent guide (Mike Rhodes) - right out of the top drawer.  Would have enjoyed it more and would have been happy to pay more if the trek focused on Auberge accommodation.  Under canvas is not the best way to prepare oneself for a daily slog.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    First sight of the Matterhorn from a col

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Warm, accomplished, highly experienced, confident with an easy relaxed style - but we still all knew who was in charge.  Right out of the top drawer.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Despite the bulk, try to take a substantial mat for sleeping on the hard ground.  Self-inflating but with a 5cm height would be preferable.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN-ISH

    An outstanding and challenging trip. The mix of day walking and light backpacking, and the slow transition from France, French Switzerland to German Switzerland meant every day was subtly different and interesting. The reward of the Matterhorn on the last day was mesmerising. 

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    For me, there were several. Finally getting to see the Matterhorn was superb. I don't know who Exodus pays to do the weather, but they pay well - it was bathed in shining sun and was a worthy end to the trip.   The challenge of getting up the Fenetre d'Arpette, Col du Reidmatten and Col du Torrent was immense. It was hard work, no doubt, but the views and feeling of elation was worth it.   The best of all was chatting to a fellow tripper Mike, an engineer, experienced alpiniste, mountain walker and an inspiration. More of one of life's adventurers really, who had some amazing tales, like pushing a pram from London to Leicester in under 12 hours! It goes to show that the group really make the holiday and in this case, ours was excellent.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    I felt Simon was an excellent guide. His hands off style really suited me as I felt I could try and walk on his (very fit) heels if I wanted to push myself, but equally, I could stroll at the back in my own time and not feel under pressure to be in sight at all times. It was quite refreshing to be "off the leash" a little as some Exodus trip-notes describe how a leader might allow everyone to walk at their own pace, but I'd yet to experience it. Again, it underlines how having a sensible, fit and smart group can really be the making of the holiday.   Simon dealt well with the variable walking styles in the group too. Some wanted to walk and stop, have a paddle or take photos, others just wanted to push on, so it was nice to see trust from him to allow people to come on in their own time while he steered the diesel engines who just ploughed on relentlessly up front.   I suffered with an ongoing injury that mean I had to sit out two days of walking (hence the ish), but I communicated with Simon each night as required to get an idea of what was coming, how I was feeling and so on and always felt looked after. In the end it came down to this for me - I had total faith that if there was a problem, Simon would deal with it perfectly.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Go for it. It's a great route, and don't be put off by it sharing some of the TMB route at the start, if you've done that before. Even a month apart, the hillsides are totally different.   If you're new to alpine dorms be aware, you might get a bunk bed, but equally, you might end up in an eight person wide mega-bunk. There's plenty of room and your own pillow and duvet (plus your liner) but private it ain't. It pays to get in early and bag a tidy spot, preferably next to a good friend. Earplugs and something to cover your eyes, like a Buff, really help too.   Eat many rostis. With cheese, egg, bacon, ham, whatever. They're such good fuel and super tasty.   If you're thinking of saving money by bringing your own chocolate bars in, this works really well, until they all melt horribly and you have to put them in a stream to make them solid again. Maybe muesli bars are the way to go? 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The only minor grumble in a five star trip is the lunch rations were a little meagre. Not even the fillings - there was always plenty of filling, just never quite enough bread. It got better in the second half of the trip, but no one wants to be a hungry little soldier!   Otherwise, in my deeply biased view, this is an excellent trip. Some of this is based on luck - I got great weather, a great guide and best of all, a fit, fun and great group - but much is simply due to the stunning terrain over which you walk each day, from high alpage, hot valley floor, picturesque Swiss villages, past clanking cattle, up thigh-screamingly steep cols with chains to pull you skywards and glacial streams to cool your feet (and more) off.   Book it. Now. It's worth it. 

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    Fantastic trip, somewhat challenging but that's all part of the fun. Great sense of achievement at the end. Brilliant scenery, and we were lucky with the weather too. Very well organised trip, with an extremely competent mountain guide, who was happy for people to walk at their own pace whether that was fast or slow. The camping was very civilised - the only campsite chores that had to be done were taking down your own tent and helping out with the washing up now and then. This made changing campsites each day hassle free. Laundry facilities were available en route - I didn't need to take as much stuff as I did. The food surpassed all my expectations, and I am a fussy eater. Three courses every night of the best food I have ever had whilst camping. Overall one of the best trips I have done - recommended!

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  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    The ‘Haute Route’ through the mountains of France and Switzerland is a fantastic two weeks of spectacular scenery, some good old fashioned hard work and an indescribable sense of accomplishment. This part of the Alps has some of the best hiking I have ever experienced, with photos to last a lifetime. With an extremely competent and knowledgeable leader, and great hearty food every evening, you would be hard pressed to find yourself getting bored or going hungry on this trip. A brilliant holiday, which left many of my friends extremely envious, of both my pictures and my achievements.

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  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    The walking and the scenery were breath taking.  Every day yielded new views. It was a challenge to ascend each pass but the rewards were fantastic.  The trip was challenging but within my capabilities.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    A moment I remember was setting off in the morning at 7am from the first of the mountain huts and making our way up to the first of the three passes of the day.  We climbed on snowy patches of hillside and the slippery conditions stretched us all; we received excellent guidance from our group leader. I recall the sense of pure exhilaration on reaching the pass.  We had got off to a great start, the views were wonderful and a whole day of high mountain walking lay ahead.....

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Confident and relaxed, comfortable, competent and knowledgeable in the mountains, and able to accommodate all levels of walker, Mike inspired confidence.  An ideal leader for a mountain trek of this nature.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Love the mountains!  Love pushing and extending yourself!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I enjoyed the supported camping, appreciated the support team's welcome, the endless cups of tea, the delicious food and the hot showers on several of the camping sites!!

  • 8

    THE WALKERS HAUTE ROUTE

    A beautiful & challenging trek. Not at all to be underestimated, but acheivable for any fit hiker who will be rewarded with stunning views at the end of every climb. We experienced all possible weather, from arriving at the refuge in heavy snow to glorious sunshine on many trails, which only added to the scenery and experience.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The nature of the trek in camping low and climbing out of the valleys over the cols meant an opportunity to 'reach the top' virtually every day, with a new spectacular view to discover.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Mike was a fantastic leader, really knew his stuff and was able to add lots of value through his own experience and knowledge, and kept the group motivated and moving well. The support crew of Jane & John were second to none also with delicious catering and ensuring the welcome sight of biscuits & a cuppa awaited post a tough days trek! 

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Highly recommend an ascent of the Breithorn on the final free day in Zermatt - a wonderful way to end the trip on a high at 4164m.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    A challenging walk through fantastic scenery, with excellent support from the Exodus Team.Like the Tour du Mont Blanc this is an excellent journey through magnificant scenery in the heart of the alps, the days on Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn are however more demanding.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Two stand-out; the first is the spectacular vistas of the Matterhorn when it finally comes into view on the final day's walking into Zermatt, until then the mountain remains hidden except for the odd fleeting distant glance. The second was the optional ascent of the Breithorn some of us completed on the free day in Zermatt, completing my first European 4000m peak and the stunning views right across the Alps and the Bernese Oberland, with both Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn visible.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Mike (a new leader for Exodus this year) was an excellent group leader/ mountain guide, his knowledge and experience in the mountains was very impressive. Mike always gave you confidence he was in control however demanding the situation, including when we got snowed off the mountain at the Cabane Mont Fort! Jayne & John the support crew/chefs were also excellent, the tents were always up and tea ready for us when we arrived in camp, even when we arrived at Les Hauderes a day early. The food in camp was impressive, first time I've had duck whilst camping.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn is a fantastic route with amazing scenery and the Exodus trip is very well organised, so if you are looking for a fantastic journey through the Alps with all the hassles sorted this could be the trip for you. The walking is demanding so you do need a good fitness level for the trip, the days are harder than the Tour du Mont Blanc. Remember the weather can do anything in the Alps especially at the start/end of the season so be prepared for that, we had most things from 30 degress and sunshine to heavy snow over the two weeks (that much snow is not normal for the end of August though).

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Most of the campsites used along the way are excellent with very good facilities, however note two are basic (Grimentz & Trient), we had a great night a Grimentz so don't let that put you off. Sadly Exodus have not been able to find a good alternative at Trient which scores as the worst on the trip (I raised this last year as it is a common site with the Tour du Mont Blanc). This year two sites are in use, one at the top of the village which is quite small but quieter and a larger one at the bottom end of the village that is between the main road and a rock crushing plant. We were at the larger site, on the plus side it has a very good covered area to eat/relax under avoiding the thunder storms which has lighting and power however when we were there there was building work going on at the rock crushing plant adding to the noise of the road and the water supply failed during the evening. Our support team did what they could to get drinking water from the other site, but we had to improvise with rain water and buckets from the river for the toilets etc. You are only there for one night so don't let it put you off though.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    Excellent trip, great guide, good food and wonderful scenery!  And a good challenge

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Mike is an exceptional leader.   He clearly has a passion for the outdoors and his knowledge was impressive.    Mike did an excellent job for the 2 weeks!  :)

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Book it!  you will not regret it.   Its a good physical challenge

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  • 8

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    This was a very challenging walk which at the conclusion prooved to be very rewarding. The torrain is rugged and combined with high temperatures makes it a lot tougher than the grade in the magazine emplies.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The reward is when you get your first view of the Matterhorn as you come around the Europaweg. You know that you have arrived at your destination and all has been worthwhile.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    A very experienced guide who has been there, done it and got the T shirt.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Make sure that you have plenty of spending money. Switzerland  is not cheap and there are a lot of other expenses that you would not exspect.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Make sure that your equipment is up to the challenge. The torrain will rip your boots apart and when it rains, it absolutely bungs it down.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    A fabioulous trip in the heart of Switzerland. Could not imagine a better trekking trip. If you have not your mountainerring skills 100% trained, this is a chance to do so. The way is very challenging and demanding route. The peaks vary from 1800 to 2900m above sea level. Views are astonishing and breathtaking if you never visited Switzerland before. (I am on the 5th picture in the "images" section far right with the white-red cap. Dated August-September 2006)

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Getting to know the swiss culture, habits and countryside. There is no better way to get Switzerland to know than by trekking. Walking alongside paths in alpine meadow where cows with famous bells chew on their grass was the highlight of my best moments of the trip. No image can describe it.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Leaders were very helpful in helping me out as my flight was delayed and I missed their booked transport to camping site. Had to stay overnight in Geneve and take a bus trip next day to the group. That's normal by trips like this, few people lost their baggage so plenty of adventure on the beginning.They were well prepared for the journey, walked it several times before, so they knew they way round. Very cheerful, lovely talking to and friendly. Could not say more. Adjusting pace to everyone's needs and helping out as much as they could. It also includes evenings with cooking, tents putting up and so on.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Be well prepared! I mean, it is murderous trip for your knees hips and toes if you never hiked 15-20km a day! The mountains are steep, narrow and sometimes dangerous. You will get blisters quite for sure after 4-5 days. Shoes are not to be taken new! Always wear them at least 100km or so. Then drying your clothes is a nightmare if you experience bad weather. Always take water containers, sunscreen (30+), sunglasses, lip balm(!), walking pole (can be a simple branch), forehead torch, swiss knife, raincoat or waterproof jacket, winter cap (yes it can be 0°C up in 2800m) and more. You will get a full list once you book a ticket. They are very helpful in letting you know how to prepare.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I am very astonished how the price went up. Back in 2006 I paid around £900 just for the trip and flights. With equipment and so on, I may've gotten up to £1500 after all including extra meals, occasional beer. Now it's over £1,750!

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    Challenging walking and stunning scenery. I've done a few long distance hikes over the last few years, and would rate this as one of the best - with the Tour de Mont Blanc being the other one. The mountains in the alps are just more human-scale than the ones in Nepal - which I think makes them more attractive, and more accessible.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The high passes were indeed the highlights - getting to the top was a challenge on a couple of the days, but once there the views were stunning.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Frank was a good trek leader - allowing the speedy folks to go ahead when it was safe to do so, and keeping an eye out for the backmarkers without making anyone feel like they had to hurry. He was also ok with letting the fitter walkers stride ahead when the route was clear and safe, giving us the space to walk at our own pace. You don't get too many of them to a penny... Breaks were often enough, without being too-much.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Do some hill-walking exercise before you come and you'll enjoy it more. Climbing hills is probably the best practice, but I think an elliptical bike can also be a good alternative if you can't get to the mountains. This is a good challenging trip - challenging for the long climbs, and the stretches of bouldering on the hut-hut days. It deserves being a grade-higher than the Tour de Mont Blanc, but is still quite acheivable for any (semi-regular) walker. Bring a set of good ear-plugs for the refuge nights if you're hoping to get any sleep. Oh - and just in case you (or someone else) picks up a cough... bring plenty of cough sweets. Take plenty of memory cards + spare batteries for the camera. Power was available most nights at the camp sites with both UK and Euro plugs, although not convenient on the hut-hut section.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    The food was excellent most of the time, although a couple of exeriments didn't pan out that well. If your chef suggests he's going to do a raclette but could only get hold of fondue cheese - suggest a fondue instead! On the positive side - he managed to buy some good local cheese and saucisson for the packed-lunches - which was good.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    Challenging walking, spectacular scenery in superb weather and excellent support.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing the Matterhorn in all its splendid glory.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Experienced, competent and friendly. What more could you ask for!!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    This is a tough walking trip. Make sure you are fully prepared.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    I would class myself as an experienced walker having completed a number of classic walks over the last 10 years. This was the best for challenging walking and wonderful scenery.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    A fabulous trip over some of the highest and most spectacular parts of the Alps.  The walk was at times demanding but the effort was definitely worth it.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    We were blessed with some fantastic weather, only a couple of days rain so we had fantastic views of both Mont Blanc at the beginning and the Matterhorn at the end.  As an ex geography teacher I was fascinated by the range of landscapes, geology and glaciers.   We got close up and dirty with lots of glacial features.  The walking was superb with generally good paths but a few steep rocky bits to keep you on your toes (the conversation tended to drop at these points).  The wildlife kept us amused as we tried to spot the marmots that kept squeeking to warn each other of our presance (and yes I fell for a cuddly toy one in Zermatt).  It's hard to say what was my most inspriational moment(there we so many good bits) but probably watching the sun setting over the Alps from the Cabane Mont Fort with a well deserved beer- marvellous!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Paul our leader looked after us and all our sprains, falls and bruises.  He did a great job encouraging us over the cols. Mark (who cooked and transported our tents) always welcomed us with a cheering smile and most importantly tea and cake!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    This is a spectacular walk but as the grade says, it is challenging.  It's rather like going up Ben Nevis everyday from Fort William (but with no rain and lots of fab views).  I was certainly fit at the end of the two weeks and lost an impress 4 kg but if I did it again I would try and be a bit fitter at the beginning of the walk.  But hey I'm a short fat 51 year old so if I can do it so can you!

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Just a really fab holiday - who wants to go to the beach when you can climb mountains, really big ones with glaciers, travel on scary cable cars, get loads of  fab views all with such excellent company.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    Without doubt this trip delivered everything one would expect for a great trek. Great people, group, scenery and memories.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Completing each day amidst amazing scenery with beautiful weather conditions and a great group of people to do it with.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Paul was a leader you would trust to guide you  on any mountain. He gave you confidence and you could trust whatever the situation. His sense of humour will not be forgotton. Mark always provided a warm welcome after each days trekking. Kettle always on and was always approachable to ask for advice.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    As a single person, booking a tent supplement was well worth paying extra for. Make sure you pack warm sleeping bag as nights can get chilly in September. Pack as light as possible.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    If there is one trek you should embark upon, do this one!!! Savour every moment as views are just amazing.

  • 10

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    A very challenging walk, with excellent support.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    The amazing panorama of the Matterhorn and the surrounding mountains as you round the final bend on the Europaweg in Mattertal.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    The group leaders did everything possible to support the group achieving the goal of completing the Haute Route and with a relentless sense of humour.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Make sure that you are fit enough, particularly having recent experience of strenuous walking uphill. There are days which involve 5 hours of walking uphill! Don't underestimate the possible drop in temperatures with altitude and at night in camp when packing. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    A very well organised trip!

  • 6

    MONT BLANC TO THE MATTERHORN

    It is tougher than i thought everyone agreed it was a bit like standing on top of ben nevis and then walking up and down another ben nevis every day for a fourtnight.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Just to have completed it switzerland had the worse summer for twenty years we got snowed off one mountain but in the end we all started and all finished .

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Like all tour leaders he did an excellent job it cannot be easy to marshal and look after 15 people on a mountain and be able to engage a wide range of people and try to keep everyone happy.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Take good water proofs and an umbrella it is a lot easier to have to hand if you need a wee in the middle of the night.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    If i come across those bloody tents we had i will burn them down easy to put up bloody annoying to put away in the mornings.

  • 6

    Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn

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