Down the years we walked in the Swiss, French, Italian, Austrian and German Alps, and always admired the alpine flowers. Magnificent colours in frequently exquisite plants. But we have never experienced such a profusion of species as we found on top of the Chaserrugg. As discussed this summit is 2262m and this is clearly an optimal altitude and orientation for many alpine species, and a Blumenweg (flower walk) has been created to great effect. I will say no more, the photos speak for themselves.
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