Every autumn the Alps are witness to one of Switzerland’s most famous and beloved traditions. The Alpabzug, (also known as the Alpabfahrt, alpine cow parade/descent, or in French, the Désalpe), is the annual journey that brings the cows from mountain pastures back home to their stables ready for their wintering. Switzerland is well known for its festivals so the Alpabzug is another good opportunity to celebrate. Cows are adorned with flowers and bells and markets are full of local Alpine specialties and rustic goods at the many stalls in each village. There is schnapps, Alpmusic, the smell of melting cheese and games of Jass played as the cows are walked home, beautifully decorated and large bells clinging. Onlookers cheer as they
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