Lac de Tseuzier, Valais-Switzerland
One of the main things that you can do in an isolated area that is gifted with nature is to explore it. After living in this Swiss canton called Valais for two months, I have never gone to the extreme point of pushing my limits towards physical activities and extensive exploration until this post. On a sunday afternoon, a friend and I decided to conquer the 50 kilometre trail from our dorm room to the secluded land area of Lac de Tseuzier. We left right after brunch and endeavoured this route.
What we had as supply:
Two bottles of water
Canon 60D 50mm f/1.8
The trail had a maximum altitude of 1700m above sea level. It was a rigorous path involving steep uphills and downhills, single-foot path allowance but regardless of it all, it was safe.
The alps of Switzerland has been touted to be one of the areas, which carries one of the finest air in the world, meaning we had some sort of a detoxification process while walking in the high-altitude mountain ranges.
The best part of it all, the whole trip was free.
What I've learned from my second month is that nature will always be good for you. No matter how long you've lived in a city, you will learn to appreciate nature and what it brings you. Total freedom, peace and rejuvenation of the soul.
I strongly encourage people to take a break from routines and daily grind and experience something that will benefit yourself.
Till next time