I'm not great with heights, but after walking the 4km from the top of the cable car, I forced myself over the spectacular suspension bridge and got some great snaps.
I can really recommend this walk as it's spectacular, but not quite a crowded as famous day walks like the 5 Lakes.
The walk was steadily uphill most of the way on narrow paths. Good shoes and walking sticks recommended. There's plenty of water along the way in the fast streams from the snow melt.
Be aware that there's only 2 8 person gondolas, leaving every 15 minutes. This means that on the weekend you need to book your time slot in *both* directions. We arrived at the cable station on a glorious Sunday at 12:30, only to find we could book a ride up, but there were no rides down. So our planned 8k 800m delta altitude walk turned into more like 14k and 1500m delta altitude.
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