Chalet Hotel Rosanna
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Having spent a week on my mountain, it was time to do some longer and steeper walks again so it was back to Oberstdorf but this time avoiding waterfalls! Day 1 was spent on a flatter walk and on day 2 the only way was up! Although due to time constraints we came down by cable car which confused Lizzie! Surprisingly little ...
... in the dark of the night was a fun challenge though. After a few days, Ryan and I had had enough of the main three runs and decided to head under the safety ropes onto some of the closed tracks. Best decision ever. There was actually powder, no people around and a long run which takes you all the way to the bottom. The only downside was literally having to jump over a creek, but with enough speed and powder on the other side it proved to ...
... the main town of Mals. Here I come across another--much uglier--fortress: a concrete dome in the middle of the field that looks like a grim reminder of another war: World War II. Mals is a larger towns, with all the shops I need to stock up on supplies--and some cool towers to give it some character. I've gotten my second wind and am really enjoying this Superhike once again. However, I'm getting the feeling that this is a ...
... of towns under one government. I guess it's more efficient that way, but that means fewer parkbenching points for me. I'm walking downhill now. I barely notice when I crossed my 4th Alpine pass this time. This pass was still below the treeline, and surrounded by families out for a stroll, it didn't feel like a rugged conquest, as the crossing of Splugenpass from Italy to Switzerland did. Soon the valley flattens out a little and there's ...
... and cliffs. Suddenly, a magnificent sight greets my eyes: it's a covered bridge--no it's a castle... no, it's two castle towers connected by a covered bridge across the river, across on the other side are the sheer cliffs and steep slopes that separate Austria from Italy. Gazing at this tower, I'm suddenly taken back to another time. A time before highways, trains and tunnels. A time when mountains like this were unconquered barriers ...