Cornelia, GA, Destination Paradise, based in Cornelia, is delighted to present the panoramic views and landscapes of Switzerland to their eager viewers. Since its inception a few years ago, the Youtube channel has worked hard behind the scenes to transform this online space into a repository of calming, serene and beautiful videos of the world’s most iconic landscapes.
Recently, the team traveled to Switzerland with their drones and photographic equipment to capture its world-famous mountains and panoramic views. ‘Switzerland 4K’ lasts almost two hours, takes viewers from one breathtaking view to another, showcasing the best that the country has to offer with a soothing and peaceful soundtrack. As with all of their videos, the team hopes this combination of magical scenery and calming music will help their viewers find a sense of true peace while exploring a land that once inspired JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. According to Destination Paradise, the movies may have been shot in New Zealand, but much of the magic of the elves and hobbits is evident in the scenery that originally inspired Tolkien’s wonderful books.
Switzerland is a small country in Central Europe with a population of less than 10 million. When you think of Switzerland, the first images that come to mind are probably its magnificent mountains (which feature prominently in the video coverage of Destination Paradise). The Swiss Alps are tall, snow-capped mountains, the vast majority of which rise to over 13,000 feet. There are actually over 200 mountains that rise to over 13,000 feet (or 4,000 meters). Most of the country’s animal life lives in these mountains, including a species of mountain goat called the ibex. Once almost hunted to extinction, these beautiful animals number in the thousands today and remain a protected species. Fortunately, their population is believed to be on the rise, so future visitors may still have the chance to see one up close if they wish to roam the landscapes this species prefers.
Likewise, explorers may find that the mountains are home to many other examples of nature’s beauty, including deer, rabbits, squirrels, foxes, groundhogs, chamois, and more. Many birds have made their home in these mountains as well, creating a promising lure for nature lovers who wish to enjoy both the sights and sounds of the outdoors.
Switzerland is a landlocked country, which means that it is surrounded on all sides by land and is not connected to any large body of water. It shares a border with several countries, namely France, Italy, Austria, Germany and Liechtenstein. Most of its inhabitants live on the plateau between the High Alps to the south and the Jura Mountains to the north, with a few areas of the mountainous area to the south which also see a few small settlements.
Those who enjoy browsing images of mountains will undoubtedly have encountered one of the most famous examples in the world even if they did not know its name: the Matterhorn. This mountain dominates the surrounding landscape, its snow-capped pyramid peak towering over lush valleys and the Swiss city of Zermatt. Its highest point rises to 14,962 feet (4,478 meters) and attracted many climbers and explorers as early as the mid-18th century. Historically, it was also one of the last mountains to be conquered by mountaineers, although this was less due to the difficulty of climbing it than to the fear it inspired in early mountaineers.
Although the Matterhorn is not considered a particularly difficult climb, it is always recommended to consult an experienced guide before attempting an attempt. Fortunately for viewers of Destination Paradise, the spectacle of the mountain and its siblings can be enjoyed from the safety and comfort of their own homes.
Destination Paradise is on a mission to travel to the most beautiful places in the world and capture every sight in stunning detail. They welcome all suggestions and comments from their viewers, and those interested are encouraged to browse the team’s Youtube channel for more videos of relaxation in nature. Likewise, they can contact Greg Webster of Destination Paradise to follow up on any other request.
For more information on Destination Paradise, contact the company here:
2292 J. Warren Road
Cornelia GA 30531