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Flooding also caused disruptions on the Bern-Thun rail line.Flooding also forced the closure of several roads in the region, national road company Viasuisse said.hi, This is a complex request, so bare with me: A friend and I are looking to do a 2-day (weekend) walk that would include a via farrata and overnight in a mountain hut at this time of year (the last weekend of May) Ideally, this does not need to be a loop circuit, as we plan to have a start and finish that have a bus/train station.We are both quite fit guys, experienced in the mountains but new to Geneva.I am asking for advice as opposed to continuing to read the hundreds of web pages as i do understand this is an 'out of season' and specifically detailed question. I am asking for advice as opposed to continuing to read the hundreds of web pages as i do understand this is an 'out of season' and specifically detailed question.The Murren one opens middle of June and I would be genuinely surprised if any opened much earlier than that. I've seen mountain marathon cancelled in July due to bad weather - snow storms.In Braunwald it was snowing heavily just yesterday, down to at least 1500m. what i think we will do is 2 day walk in vaud / southern fribourg near some of the farrata I can see on this map if they are safe, we'll give one a go. Otherwise I am still open to suggestions of a good two day hike in this region with a mountain hut involved In Braunwald it was snowing heavily just yesterday, down to at least 1500m.They had considerable amounts of old snow from 1800m up. They had considerable amounts of old snow from 1800m up. The Swiss are a hardy folk and "mountain huts" tend to be suitably above villages - where a hike really would take 2 days - and not "4km up the valley, just out of view of the street lights" You may find it easier to find a suitable village - and plan a few hikes from there (staying 1 or 2 nights) OR checking out and walking a couple of stages of one of the main routes - or picking out a regional route. what i think we will do is 2 day walk in vaud / southern fribourg near some of the farrata I can see on this map if they are safe, we'll give one a go. Otherwise I am still open to suggestions of a good two day hike in this region with a mountain hut involved That's not overly ambitious, that's just stupid.

There were still a few patches of snow, and the weather forecast said it would snow yesterday and today though, but the weather is supposed to get better...eventually. Could do either, the two dayer obviously no VF but mountain hut experience.Snow shut the Oberalp pass between Andermatt in the canton of Uri and the canton of Graub√ľnden until next spring.Roads through the Gotthard, Klausen, Furka, Susten, Nufenen, Grand Saint Bernard and Grimsel passes have also closed.Alternatively do the full day circuit, come back down and then do your choice of VF's from there can recommend the rocher de Naye up from Montreux for some air dangling exposure or the diablerets cascades for a quick hour long shifty with no real risk for beginners. CH via ferrata links: is in FR but has the map and more detail than the EN link above. You could do stages 4 and 5 of the Chemin des pralpes fribourgeoises, see

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The winds forced the closure of various mountain lifts and caused scattered damage, largely to the roofs of buildings.