Aschka: April to August 2014
Aschka began a long tour on the 17th April. Only three hours were needed for her to fly from the Aletsch glacier via Andermatt, Spiringen and Elm to the Calfeisental. It would not be possible to follow her at this speed, even with a fast car.
Aschka stayed a few days in the homeliness of the Sarganserland. After this, she flew via Liechtenstein to Austria. After another long tour around the Lower Engadin, the Vorarlberg and South Tirol, Aschka sailed over the Bernese Oberland back to the Valais. On the 18th July she was spotted near Ovronnaz by Elisabeth Juillard. Her white markings are still clearly visible.
You can follow the further journeys of Aschka on our interactive map.