Ebensee to Kirchschlag in der Buckligen Welt


It was a bit strange to part ways with Sabine in Ebensee. Even though we had only been walking together for a short time, I felt alone as I set off into the rain. The weather was really showing signs of an early winter, as it was snowing on the mountaintops and the temperatures were … Continue reading Ebensee to Kirchschlag in der Buckligen Welt

Marquartstein to Ebensee


Arriving in Marquartstein was a major milestone for me, as I was meeting my wife and seeing family there. Sabine was going to be walking with me for a while, and I was looking forward to the company. We ended up taking a few extra days off because everyone was ill. I was the only … Continue reading Marquartstein to Ebensee

Fussen to Marquartstein


I’m admittedly, woefully behind on my blog posts. I finished this segment in Marquartstein, where I was meeting my wife and her family. While spending time with my wife, I didn’t feel like writing and fell behind. Have made lots of progress since the last update, so I’ll start with this section and then update … Continue reading Fussen to Marquartstein

Brugg to Fussen


The last ten day stretch of walking was full of transitions. Brugg was the gateway to the less hilly and more populated end of Switzerland, which was a nice change after some cold, wet, windy and muddy days high above the lake-filled valleys below. The first day out of Brugg was highlighted by the dramatic … Continue reading Brugg to Fussen

Saint Cergue to Brugg


Apologies for the late post. I have been battling bad weather, injuries and migraines for the last few days, which affected my will to write. But, all good now. After taking a rest day in Saint Cergue (the first village in Switzerland) and ditching my old shoes, I started the next set of walking days. … Continue reading Saint Cergue to Brugg