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  Matterhorn Project - MUH! and more (the "moo song")
There are cows singing and bells tingling, yodelling and alpine horns, all supported by an infectious eigthies disco-beat and a slightly spaced-out sense of humour.
The first album of MATTERHORN PROJECT with the two top ten hits "MOO!" ("MUH!" in the original Swiss release) and "Yo-lollo-diuh" is back again.
matterhorn project is a registered trademark of hypermusic, switzerland.
www.matterhornproject.com   (400 words)

  
  Matterhorn Zermatt-Mountaineering in Switzerland-Panorama photo at 3280 m
Matterhorn 4478 m high, is not the highest mountain in Switzerland but it is probably the most famous and most popular among climbers.
The first ascent of Matterhorn took place on July 14, 1865 by the British Edward Whymper, Lord Francis Douglas, Reverend Charles Hudson, Robert Hadow, Michel Croz and the two guides of Zermatt Peter Taugwalder father and son.
On the descent there was an accident where 4 of the 7 crew members died.
www.panoramas.dk /fullscreen2/full34.html   (316 words)

  
  Matterhorn
The Matterhorn (French : '''Mont Cervin''' or '''Le Cervin''', Italian : '''Monte Cervino''') is perhaps the most familiar mountain in the European Alps.
The Matterhorn was the last major mountain of the Alps to be climbed, not because of its technical difficulty, but because of the fear it inspired in early mountaineer s.
Matterhorn Bobsleds opened in 1959 and is a 1/100 scale replica (147 feet in height) of the actual mountain in the Swiss Alps, although not exact.
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/Matterhorn   (711 words)

  
  Matterhorn.co.nz >> - matterhorn history -
Matterhorn wishes to thank all the brothers and sisters who have helped us along this long journey...
The Matterhorn story is an oral history, gleaned from the multitude of people passing through our ubiquitous swing doors at the end of a long corridor on Cuba St - history based on hearsay, gossip, intrigue and the occasional late night lie.
In the early 80's, the Matterhorn was sold to a Polish family, the Lepionkas, who heralded in the era of The Lamington.
www.matterhorn.co.nz /past.php   (952 words)

  
 Fun Facts of Disneyland's Matterhorn
I was talking to a few of the crew members at the Disneyland park in Anaheim yesterday about the matterhorn ride.They said that indeed there is a half-court basketball court and a ping-pong table for the Matterhorn workers to take their breaks in.
The wig that Tinkerbell wears as she flew from the Matterhorn during the old fireworks show was actually a helmet.
There are 11 zones on Matterhorn and there are holding spots in the station for sleds and if a sled comes into zone 11 and all of the holding spots are taken up then the ride stops because of a ride cascade.
www.oitc.com /Disney/Disneyland/Secrets/Fantasy/Matterhorn.html   (5044 words)

  
 MousePlanet.com
The Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction was the first ride that used steel tube rails and urethane wheels.
The Matterhorn was remodeled in 1978 to the form with which we are more familiar today.
The Matterhorn Mountain is the predecessor of all Disneyland park mountains.
www.mouseplanet.com /magicyears/myx/myx011128.htm   (929 words)

  
 Matterhorn - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
The mountain was given the moniker “Matterhorn” by European explorers in the 1700s who thought that the mountain resembled an erect nipple.
As a concession to the families of the 11-9 victims, a memorial was built on the mountain.
Today, the Matterhorn is a symbol of myth, of sex, and of death.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Matterhorn   (421 words)

  
 Gordon's Matterhorn Peak Ascent Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Matterhorn Peak (12,279' / 3743 m.) dominates the Sierra Nevada crestline in the northern Yosemite area.
From there the route to the summit of Matterhorn traverses a reasonable gradient of grassy knolls, slabs, and sandy slopes, until the base of the summit block, where there were several big rocky towers.
Fall color in Horse Creek valley, Matterhorn is in the background.
www.webbnet.com /~gordonye/matr_en.html   (666 words)

  
 Matterhorn Military Boots - FREE SHIPPING!
That is why their continued reliance on Matterhorn boots by Cove is a testimonial to their superiority in military footwear.
Today, Matterhorn's military and tactical footwear continues to be the preferred choice of police forces, emergency personnel, search and rescue squads, security officers, and so many more.
When your life and the life of others is on the line, Matterhorn Military and Tactical boots is a certainty to be on the front line.
www.shoestoboot.com /matterhorn_boots.cfm   (187 words)

  
 n.v. KEROS studfarm - Matterhorn
Matterhorn became Champion of the Stallion Selection in 's Hertogenbosch when he was 3 years old and jumped in the finals of the National Championship for 4 years old jumpers and placed in the finals of the Stallion Competition at the age of 5 and 6 years.
Matterhorn won the 4th place in the Fries Championship Z jumping and was Champion of the Stallion Competition Cat.C. Matterhorn possesses an exquisite exterior and presence, good gaits, and a lot of jumping talent.
Matterhorn passes on his presence to his progeny who as foals consistently place high in the selections.
www.keros.be /en/stallions/hengstfiche.php?keros_id=138   (185 words)

  
 Tony Matterhorn rides a 'blue streak' to dancehall's peak - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
Matterhorn, whose real name is Dufton Taylor has now found himself much busier than in previous years.
In a recent interview, Matterhorn pointed out that his career is enjoying an all- time high and he is capitalizing on every moment that presents itself.
Matterhorn got his initial start in the sound system arena in the early 1990s.
www.jamaicaobserver.com /lifestyle/html/20060910T190000-0500_112740_OBS_TONY_MATTERHORN__RIDES_A__BLUE_STREAK__TO_DANCEHALL_S_PEAK_.asp   (516 words)

  
 Zermatt - Bergführer / Skilehrer
The Matterhorn, one of the most impressive and famous peaks in Switzerland and the Alps has unfortunately become increasingly a fashionable mountain in the past few years.
Inexperienced climbers are advised not to attempt such a difficult mountain as the Matterhorn for their first climb.
To attempt climbing the Matterhorn you need to be in top physical condition, to have some rock climbing experience and to have done some practice with crampons.
matterhorn.org /e/Matterhorn.htm   (276 words)

  
 Matterhorn - Peakware World Mountain Encyclcopedia
The Matterhorn is a classic peak, a sharp, isolated rock pyramid with steep narrow ridges jutting from surrounding glaciers.
One of the most frequently climbed mountains in the world, the Matterhorn's every ridge and face have been scaled, and there are now fixed ropes, ladders, and huts along the normal routes to the summit.
One of the largest dangers on the Matterhorn is its popularity, since large numbers of climbers ascending simultaneously guarantees that meeting and overtaking maneuvers will be required, and increases the likelihood that rocks will be dislodged onto lower climbers.
www.peakware.com /peaks.html?pk=1089   (575 words)

  
 Alpineview .::. European Alps 2005 .::. The Matterhorn
The Matterhorn is 4478 meters (14,692 ft) high, standing alone at the head of the valley.
To attempt climbing the Matterhorn you need to be in top physical condition, to have some rock climbing experience and to have had some practice with crampons.
The Matterhorn will be €775.00 for the trip which includes lift for guide and guest, hut fees for guide and guest, and food for guide and guest.
www.alpineview.ca /matterhorn.html   (923 words)

  
 SummitPost - Matterhorn - Monte Cervino -- Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering
The history of the Matterhorn and the amount of material available regarding the mountain is so vast that any attempt to cover it all on a simple web page is futile.
Upon viewing the Matterhorn both climbers and nonclimbers alike are usually overwhelmed with a desire to climb it.
Access to the Matterhorn from the Swiss side is from Zermatt, a major mountain resort.
www.summitpost.org /mountain/rock/150235/matterhorn-monte-cervino.html   (1690 words)

  
 Matterhorn (Zermatt)
The original rope from that first expedition that tore during the descent is on display today in Zermatt's Matterhorn Museum.
And it was precisely these rocky masses surging upwards that gave birth to the Matterhorn.
Anyone who manages to scale the Matterhorn has good reason to be proud.
www.zermatt.ch /e/matterhorn   (430 words)

  
 Matterhorn Restaurant
Gluttons that we are, we opted for the meat in oil just in case we hadn't reached our fat and cholesterol limit with the two cheese pots.
The Matterhorn is on the 101 or Van Ness if you like, sorta off on its own but there is Polk Street just a block away.
Matterhorn goes down as one of the largest Füd Court trials in history, and the appearance of Bad Ask Andy likely landed artist renderings on Court TV.
www.fudcourt.com /matter.html   (1789 words)

  
 Matterhorn - tips by travel authority Howard Hillman
Thousands of climbers challenge the Matterhorn each year and many make it to the top.
Most people come not to climb the Matterhorn but to see and photograph it in the summer months.
The Matterhorn is shared by Italy and Switzerland.
www.hillmanwonders.com /matterhorn/matterhorn.htm   (158 words)

  
 shopping the Matterhorn Project CDs
Just click here or on the Kagi logo to the right and you will be taken to our shop on the secure and well-known internet payment address of www.kagi.com where all major credit cards are accepted.
All other CD albums from Matterhorn Project are currently not available.
matterhorn project is a registered trademark of hypermusic, switzerland.
www.matterhornproject.com /html/mp_E_shop.html   (236 words)

  
 Central Police Supply - Footwear > Matterhorn   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Matterhorn 8" Waterproof Leather & Nylon Mach with Steel Safety Toe - Model 7888
Matterhorn 8” Leather and Cordura® Insulated Boot with Non-Metallic Safety Toe - Model 1599
Matterhorn 8” Waterproof Desert Tan Fleshout Leather Defender Non-Insulated Army Temperate Weather - Model 4010
gallery.bcentral.com /GID5080817DD522585-FootwearMatterhorn.aspx?Page=3   (237 words)

  
 Zermatt, Switzerland - About the Matterhorn Village
Nestled in a deep valley enclosed between steeply scarped mountains, it is dominated by the huge and gracefully curved pyramid of the Matterhorn.
As the surrounding peaks were climbed in the 1830's to 50's, there developed intense competition to conquer the Matterhorn, which for many years had been considered "unclimbable".
Dominated by the unmistakable peak of the Matterhorn, at 4478 metres (14,692 ft), standing alone at the head of the valley, Zermatt is encircled by a famous ring of mountains over 4000 metres (13000 feet) high.
www.ski-zermatt.com /zermatt.html   (751 words)

  
 Matterhorn Boots on SuperShoes.com
Matterhorn boots carry the heritage of the Cove shoe company, renowned for its military legacy.
Worn with pride by the service men and women who are the heart and soul of America, Matterhorn boots provide only the highest quality and best performing military, law enforcement, and service boots.
Matterhorn footwear stands up to the elements with 100% waterproof technologies, and offers a host of other features to keep feet dry and comfortable in every condition.
www.supershoes.com /brand/matterhorn.asp   (75 words)

  
 Matterhorn Bobsleds roller coaster - Disneyland
During the Matterhorn Bobsleds, guests encounter the fearful abominable snowman in three separate locations.
Matterhorn Bobsled's trains have two cars with two rows each, seating two passengers inline per row.
In 1978, the Matterhorn Bobsleds received a major renovation that included the addition of the six Adominable Snowman; the ice crystal cavern at the top of the lift hill; and the trains were modified to have two cars instead of one, doubling the attraction's capacity.
www.ultimaterollercoaster.com /coasters/yellowpages/coasters/matterhorn_disneyl.shtml   (244 words)

  
 Climbing Matterhorn - The Summit of Matterhorn Photos QTVR - Photo panoramique
Matterhorn is with a height of 4478 meters one of the highest mountains in Europe.
Even if Matterhorn in the main season is climbed sometimes by 100 people a day it can be dangerous which was seen only a couple of weeks ago when an Australian climber died on the mountain.
To give you an extra experience, the climb up to the summit which takes 4-5 hours was made during the night so that he could get a panorama during the sun rice.
www.panoramas.dk /fullscreen5/f38-matterhorn.html   (327 words)

  
 Climbing Matterhorn 2000
We went to climb the Matterhorn by the Lion Ridge (also known as the Italian Ridge).
We climbed the Matterhorn without the use of a guide, and this information is for people who wants to do the same.
The Matterhorn: Taking a jeep from Cervinia to the Abruzzi hut (leaving regularly from the hotel at the end of the main street (at the top of a very recommendable bar!) will cost you 10 pounds but save you 1000 vertical meters.
willerup.com /matterhorn   (712 words)

  
 MySpace.com - Tony Matterhorn - Kingston 13 - Reggae - www.myspace.com/djtonymatterhorn
Matterhorn, whose real name is Dufton Taylor has now found himself much busier than in previous years.
In a recent interview, Matterhorn pointed out that his career is enjoying an all- time high and he is capitalizing on every moment that presents itself.
Matterhorn got his initial start in the sound system arena in the early 1990s.
www.myspace.com /djtonymatterhorn   (983 words)

  
 Zermatt - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
There are a series of cable car runs leading all the way to the summit of the Klein Matterhorn (3883m), presenting the highest scenic outlook platform in Europe.
If you plan on cycling through town, take note that the main street(Bahnhofstrasse) is closed to bicycles(unless pushed) from the train station to the church for most of the afternoon, and the police are quick to fine anyone who does so anyway.
You should not start the tour from the little Matterhorn after 10:00 in the morning, because the snow gets too weak and you will not reach the last lift down to Zermatt in time.
wikitravel.org /en/Matterhorn   (2282 words)

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