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... land so only cow pats remained. Only a little forest here, but once we got past a larger resort (mainly for cross country skiing and long distance hiking) we got into more forest. Went down a sharp descent and came across some fellow cutting trees on the side of the track. Then we entered the Rettenbachklamm ravine, a most spectacular narrow gorge with towering cliffs on both sides and a river roaring along the bottom. It would be impressive with the snow melt or heavy ...
... looking rural villages and farmlands. At several points it was barely paved and shrank down to a single lane for both directions as it snaked through the countryside and eventually the woods. Clearly it was a popular motorcycle trip being there were a disproportionate amount of riders out taking its curves. Eventually it lead us to a lake cut out of the side of a mountain and eventually a tunnel through that mountain ...
... and were pleased to be reunited with our luggage, have shower and get clean clothes on. It was a tough 21km hike today and took the full 8hrs they said it would. Wednesday 15th October An easier day today, thank goodness, though we were pleased with how well we pulled up after yesterday's efforts. An easy 10km walk today. From town found the track that wound it's way through the suburbs and then farms till these petered out as well and we were just in ...
Friday 10th October Leisurely breakfast this morning and time to catch up on news before catching the bus to Bad Ischl, about 70 km east of Salzburg. Bus journey was through lovely green pastures with plenty of cattle grazing. Even saw some with bells on! Stopped at a lovely little village Fuschl on the most picturesque lake. Such an idyllic view. Bus only went as far as St Gilgen (on another lake) so had to wait about half an hour to ...
... be over 2,000 meters above sea level for the 5 Fingers lookout) ate breakfast and were in a cab by 8:30. We reached Obertraun around 8:50, bought our tickets for the ice caves and 5 Fingers, which is higher up the mountain beyond the ice caves and caught the 9:00 a.m. Dachstein Krippenstein cable car 1,350 meters up. What we found particularly cool, was all of the elderly hikers who joined us on the ride up. Many had to be in their late 70s and with walking poles in hand they were ...