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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-05-2014, 21:40
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We spent several nights just over the OberAlpen Pass at the railway station carpark in Sedrun.

Very scenic and quiet, trains start about 7am and finish by 11pm but are no noisier than an electric milk float!

Oberalpen pass is at the head of the valley in the background, the railway goes to Andermatt through a tunnel but the van was too big.

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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 12:28
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we're looking at doing a couple of days skiing in Andermatt next March - anyone know of any aires in the town that would be suitable??

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we're looking at doing a couple of days skiing in Andermatt next March - anyone know of any aires in the town that would be suitable??
According to the WOMO database, you can overnight in the carpark of the Hospental-Winterhorn ski lift here: 46.6169447, 8.5630887

BUT it doesn't say whether this is summer or winter, so please don't take my word for it!!

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thanks for that info Morph - I actually found that after my original post, but as you say, it doesn't really say whether it's winter or summer use only.

might drop a line to the local Tourist Office and ask them

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