Nepalbrucke is located halfway up the hill in the Mirren Valley and can be reached by cable car. The path is very small. At first glance, it is the way that people are stepped on, and the ground is particularly muddy and slippery after the rain. Going forward, I found that the right side gradually became a cliff, and the road under the foot had only one foot width, which became extremely steep, but many places had steel bars embedded in the rock. Although dangerous, but here is surprisingly beautiful. Under the blue sky and white clouds are snowy green grass and cattle and sheep. The original ecological path without too many human interventions is indeed my favorite.