rain causing rock avalanche

St. Niklaus is a picturesque village in the Swiss canton of Valais, renowned for its stunning alpine scenery and traditional Swiss charm. Located in the Matter Valley, it serves as a gateway to the famous resort town of Zermatt and the iconic Matterhorn mountain. The village experiences a typical alpine climate, with cold winters and mild summers. However, heavy rains can sometimes lead to natural hazards such as rockslides. Despite these occasional challenges, St. Niklaus remains a popular destination for tourists seeking outdoor adventures like hiking, skiing, and mountaineering, while also offering a tranquil retreat with its beautiful landscapes and historic architecture. #disasterupdate

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