Mount Titlis

Wearing: Zara coat (similar) & jumper (similar) / AGOLDE Jeans / Céline sunglasses & bag / H&M scarf (similar) / Vagabond boots

Despite it being Autumn in Switzerland at the time, the weather at the top of Mount Titlis was obviously freezing. To combat the cold, I wore two layers of thermal tops (a vest and a long sleeve top), my thickest jumper, a heavy wool coat, a scarf, two layers of socks and chunky leather boots. It was worth it though because the views of the snow-capped mountains were breathtaking.

Glacier Cave

Titlis Cliff Walk

As someone who's afraid of heights, crossing the Titlis Cliff Walk, a suspension bridge hanging from steel cables 3,041 metres above sea level and 500 metres off the ground, which is just one metre wide and over 100 metres long, was an absolutely frightening experience. The bridge sways with every movement and every lurch was like an icy dagger through my heart (and no, I'm not being dramatic).

Ice Flyer

Riding the Ice Flyer chair lift was an equally terrifying experience, especially when it was descending. Since there's no platform below the seats, your legs are basically dangling down and there's only a metal bar in front of you to keep you in place (and yes, I was tightly clutching it in fear of dropping to my death).