Zermatt, Eternal Alpine Snow and Swiss Peep


Mont Blanc is proud of the highest Alps. At the foot of the Matterhorn and Zermatt villages are one of the most vivid reproductions of photography.

When I first saw Matterhorn from the ground, I was looking at the solid flames. One who saw me looking at me in awe said, "You can climb on it," as if nothing. I laughed … not to laugh at him, but to laugh at me. I dare not try.

In Zermatt and elsewhere, locals show their skills by climbing the Matterhorn. Although, many fell numerous times. The locals have climbed more than 300 times. Her wife shrugged. "Not many times," she said. "This mountain has nowhere to go. It stays there, and only those who have no job [also meaning worthless people] can climb."

Zermatt has no cars. Cog trains and horse-drawn sleds can be transported. Sitting on a sleigh on the toilet, the sleigh is a small folded blanket surrounded by eternal snow, which is one of the most romantic things.

Zermatt's narrow streets, hotels and inns have a relaxed historical atmosphere, sporting goods shops, boutiques, jewellery shops and the best watch shops and cases in the world. One wonderful thing about Zermatt is food. No matter the size, size, cheap or expensive of the cafe or restaurant where we stopped, this place was spotless. Everything is unique, every table is full of flowers. The food here is of high quality and some Swiss wines are at least on par with French wines. Among locals, most lunchtime costs include soup, salad, sausage and potatoes, and of course "Bill" in long, thick cups with thick foam on top.

Unlike other small towns I have visited before, Zermatt has a large number of tourists all year round, including many young people. You must be young and agile like a goat to be able to climb anything.

Swiss people are not just climbers. They also enjoy the Alpine Festival, William Tell's plays, Yoder, Swiss wrestling, beer sausages, but they have direct democracy with 25 sovereign states, and the differences between villages are huge. In some parts of Switzerland, the language is French, because in some places, the language is German. In a state near the Italian Alps, they also speak Italian. But don't worry, most Swiss people know several languages, and quite a few of them speak fluent English.

Winter in Switzerland is a fairy tale, especially at night. Snowflakes Falling snowflakes blur other lights as they gather everywhere, even on steep roofs. Everything becomes softer, magical and gentle.

Just like heavy snow covers mountains, rocks, boulders, ridges, and rock faces, maybe people also need to deal with hard things, sharp things, puzzling things to alleviate their internal discomfort, especially on mountain peaks Pull them deeper and deeper when they are attractive and force them to create something to produce a feeling of elation and fulfillment.

This is why Swiss women must create such exquisite shoe laces and embroidered clothing, while their companions are among the best in Switzerland when it comes to watchmaking when it snows. Someone must count in the white loneliness of the Alps at night.