How to Climb the Matterhorn at the Lucerne Transport Museum

“Ouch!” When I came out of Solvayhütte, the shelter in the Matterhorn, I hit my foot on the doorstep and got frightened. Immediately I grabbed the rope railing and walked closely along the hut wall. Because it descends neatly on the other side of the balustrade. I’m only 4,003 meters above sea level. metres, on the way up the narrow road that leads around Solvaihut up to the Matterhorn.

Although I know I have a solid floor under my feet at the Museum of Transport in Lucerne, my heart beats faster and I breathe stronger than I normally do at 436 meters above sea level. M. This is due to the allure of the new “The Edge” from Red Bull, which, thanks to virtual reality glasses, perfectly reproduces an alpine ocean for me.

Frank Mccarthy

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