WAP SWISS TOUR with Swiss Native Judith Mudrak
Thursday, July 21 Thursday, August 4 2016 (15 days)
Join and make new friends with 12-16 like-minded, healthy WAP members!
Do you enjoy learning, walking and good company with like-minded WAP folks?
Then this is the tour for YOU! Many WAPFers age 7 to 84 have already toured!
Program (subject to unforeseen changes)
- Watch modern and old-fashioned alpine cheese making – meet the farmers!
- Learn about raw meat, blood and sausage preservation – question the butchers. Enjoy a variety of cured local raw meat!
- Visit a unique dairy farm where milk is not allowed to shake – learn about honey bees!
- Worm farming? Listen and question a worm farmer – see his money making operation!
- Walk with an herbalist on a guided alpine plant adventure and learn basic hands on salve making. Take your salve home!
- Use your elbow grease to make ancient sourdough rye bread using the old wooden dough troth – in a historical mountain village! Guided walk to the heirloom rye fields!
- Visit the Alimentarium (historical food museum) and take a steamboat ride to the famous Medieval Castle Chillon on the beautiful lake of Geneva!
- Ride the breathtaking gondola (or walk the path through the cliffs of the mountains) to the 1000 sheep festival on the Gemmi Mountain!
- Visit a museum and a research institute
- Enjoy the route of the Glacier Express with spectacular mountain views!
- Walk the Lötschental where Dr. Price walked and find the brand new plaque in his honor!
You must obtain own flight and Swiss Rail Pass. More details on inland fee ($2055.00) by February 2016.
For more info please e-mail: email@example.com Subject: WAPCH16.
Or slow mail: Send self addressed, stamped envelope to: Judith Mudrak,
58 Cranberry Run, Southampton, NJ 08088 USA. Phone: (609) 859-3828 Eastern Standard Time.
D Auden says
A most wonderful experience traveling with J Mudrak across Switzerland! She expertly and patiently guided our troupe of 7 to family farms who eagerly awaited us to share their traditional farming methods, to food museums where the knowledge of naturals ways to living are preserved, and mountain peaks overnight and alpine gardens, pastures, glaciers and the occasional castle. Traveling in the steps of Dr. Price to remote villages in his research of traditional diets was illuminating. She does not draw out details of daily sites buts allows for one to be awestruck as the traveling unfolds. The land of Switzerland is a wonder to behold! Traveling in tour groups not for everyone.