Pilatus: ridge — twisted rocks

Along the southern side of the rocky ridge of Pilatus (2128) leads a path that breaks through some rocks with tunnels, and sometimes hangs over with railing on an almost vertical slope to finally climb one of the peaks. The weather deteriorated, as forecasted, so I was more and more surrounded by a sea of clouds, with rain, at first light and then more and more intense, which added to the majesty of the strangely twisted rocks and slopes.

(June 2018)