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View from the bottom of Uetliberg is fantastic

I have to say, I cannot see the top of Uetliberg, but the clouds are so low and covering 75% of the berg, and the view is breathtaking.
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Re: View from the bottom of Uetliberg is fantastic

You can see fresh snow on the alps at the bottom of the lake from Zurich today, woot woot. And the sun just came out and illuminated the gold coast and clouds above the alps, so beautiful.

We are all so lucky to live in such a beautiful country, even on a shitty rainy day it can look absolutely breathtaking

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Re: View from the bottom of Uetliberg is fantastic

Even though I am out and about town regularly, there are some days when I am cycling across Quaibrucke when I can't help but get off the bike and stare at the beautiful mountains in the evening sunlight.

I've given up trying to take pictures of Switzerland because a camera just can't capture the stunning views that we are regularly treated to (especially if you are keen on hiking)
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Re: View from the bottom of Uetliberg is fantastic

Yes. Sometimes Uetliberg looks like a lost world
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Re: View from the bottom of Uetliberg is fantastic

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Even though I am out and about town regularly, there are some days when I am cycling across Quaibrucke when I can't help but get off the bike and stare at the beautiful mountains in the evening sunlight.

I've given up trying to take pictures of Switzerland because a camera just can't capture the stunning views that we are regularly treated to (especially if you are keen on hiking)
What you describe in the first para was standard to me and my mates in the first three years of Primary school and during my four years in Secondary school where our windows offered a view onto the lake and

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I have to say, I cannot see the top of Uetliberg, but the clouds are so low and covering 75% of the berg, and the view is breathtaking.
Same here... yesterday I've seen it from Hardbrucke... it was really beautiful. Thanks God I live in Triemli
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Re: View from the bottom of Uetliberg is fantastic

They don't look half bad in close-up either, I must say:
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