My son David and I took a hike to the Blüemlisalp mountain hut on 2’834 meters above sea level. We stayed overnight at the hut and enjoyed a splendid view onto the surrounding summits as well as a fantastic 3-course meal.
I’m gonna post a couple of pics of this experience the next days…
My backpack was already too heavy, so I decided to let my Canon gear at home and pack up my cheap Samsung ST-65 and of course my iPhone 4S instead…afterwards, I regret it a bit…so please excuse the poor picture quality and the image noise…
The Blüemlisalphütte is a mountain hut of the Swiss Alpine Club SAC in the canton of Bern in Switzerland.
It lies a few meters above the Hohtürli pass, a crossing between Kandersteg and the Kien Valley, north of the Blüemlisalp glacier at an altitude of 2’834 m above sea level.
Access is from Oeschinensee (4 h, 1,200 meters) or from the Griesalp in Kiental (about 5.5 h, 1,400 meters).
Exposure time: 1/600s
Focal length: 135mm
ISO Speed: 80
Processed with PS CS6