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* Year Number 7 *
It sounds like a serious Wanderweg. Did you continue on the path, Karl? Did you see any hikers? The signs have been there a long time, it looks. (When I used to hike the Swiss Alps in Canton Glarus, it was rare to see people. I'd walk for hours and feel like I was the only one left on earth.)
Yes, I did, Dina, and I saw a few hikers too.
And for those who can read German. :-)
And for those who can't read German. :-)
Is that a path too dangerous for ordinary walkers?It seems strange that such a prohibition, if not also explain why it is.
It is not a prohibition, only an advertisement to be careful...
It must be a bit more strenuous than average.
The path is not for me, I will rest on the bench!
It's nice that they give you a warning. And the bench is there for those who decide enough is enough, they'll rest a bit and go back the way they came. Looks like a beautiful place to hike, though!
There are trails here that are marked in guidebooks and at entrances in similar fashions- "strenuous conditions, requiring great care and good physical condition", things like that. I wouldn't mind taking that trail!
Na gut, dann warte ich auf der Bank...
Au... VP sitzt schon da. Das ist ja cool! Würde mich freuen, mit ihm zu plaudern!
Lets go then!
Aw, c'mon, Karl. We can get up that trail.
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