Autumn colors in Lötschental, Switzerland

Here are some photos of the Autumn colors in Lötschental valley, in Switzerland.
During a beautiful hike in the middle of these incredible landscapes, along the Lonza river up to the Anenhütte, I was able to take some pictures that I am sharing here with you.

From October, larches begin to take their autumn colors and then turn yellow, orange, before gradually losing their needles.
In this region of Valais, the Lötschental valley is formed via the Glacier de Lang (Langgletscher).
The sea of ice stops at about 2,500 m above sea level and which then forms the Lonza river which descends the entire valley of the Lötschental before flowing into the Rhône.

With its impressive and colorful mountain scenery, between the Valais and Bernese Alps, the Lötschental Valley offers various beautiful hiking trails.
Customs, stories and legends remain preserved in the Lötschental villages. Maybe they will be part of a future article on the website.

I hope that you enjoyed my photos of the Autumn colors in Lötschental, in Valais, and the Fall Season mood that you can feel in this part of Switzerland.
Colorful, Autumn is a great season to photograph the changing foliage from the larches.
Another great area to do some hiking and take photos of the Autumn colors, is the Aletsch Glacier and Fiescher Glacier area, which is located really nearby.

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