Alpvita Piz Tasna
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... share a couple of small glasses of wine. We got a glass of red and a glass of white to sample. It was actually a very romantic lunch. We talked about the five different cheeses and how much we enjoyed each of them with both wines.
From there we were driving out of this little village and ran into a herd of cows being herded by several men and women in Lederhousen. All the ...
Today we left the buzz of the city and throngs of tourists behind and headed for the hills. Five hours later we settled in a lovely little town high in the alpine with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and valley below. And yes, the water was ...
Thursday 28 August
Moved on this morning, up the Pitztal valley, just south
of Imst. Went up to the Pitztal glacier, taking the Glacier Express(tunnel
train) followed Tyrol’s highest cable car to the restaurant at 3,440m, near the
top of the Wildspitze (3,774m). Perfect weather for a day in the snow – blue
skies and no wind.
Staying near Jerzens tonight. Had a great evening meal at
the campsite restaurant ...
LPG. This confirms that it is an “altitude issue” and firing problems arise
Wednesday 27 August
Odd jobs (laundry) in the morning, together with a battle
to use the site internet – and failed miserably due to site router problems.
After lunch, we walked into Imst. Found the local tourist
office to be next to useless and incapable of giving any advice regards ...
... Hutte (2320m). Excellent walk, lovely views and flowers. The
Hutte was large and busy, especially with mountainbikers, and provided
excellent food and accommodation. Lots of people on the walking route too, but
May spend another night here, perhaps more. It is the
best campsite yet, and we need more like this. Spectacular views across the
tarn. All serious mountain tourists – and none of those nasty "ski ...