Hotel Waldhof

Address: Grobenweg 19, Fulpmes, Tirol, Austrian Alps, A-6166, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Grobenweg 19, Fulpmes, is near Neustift, Klettersteig Innsbruck, and Eurokart Motorsport.
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      Travel Blogs from Fulpmes

      Lucerne to Innsbruck

      A travel blog entry by moyjos on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      On the road to Austria via Liechtenstein. Bern tells us that today is brought to us by the letter "S" .... Swarovski, Schnitzel , Strudel and Schapps :) We drove through some stunning countryside with soaring mountains and rolling green hills before stopping at the Liechtenstein capital of Vaduz. A really quaint little town with some interesting sculptures in the town square. Overlooking the town is the palace of the royal family. We had ...

      Two nights in Innsbruck

      A travel blog entry by philncindy on Oct 07, 2014

      25 photos

      ... cellars in Bertchesgaden (sp), and walking off with all the very expensive bottles of liquor. On our way again, and on a street corner there were piles of pumpkins. Want one? Just leave your money and take it. No salesperson there. In the meadows below the tree line there were towers for the hunters to shoot from. The scenery along the autobahn is unbelievable. Tall peaks, beautiful meadows dotted with traditional houses. You passes ...

      Zugspitz - the highest peak in Germany

      A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 03, 2014

      ... cold air invaded the train. At the plateau we took pictures. The non-glacier side was covered with fog. We didn't see the free slides or we would have done it earlier. We then took a cable car to go to the top of the peak. The trail to the summit cross was very treacherous so we didn't do it. We took pictures at a distance. It was still kind of foggy ...

      Day 15 - On the top of Germany

      A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 28, 2014

      24 photos

      ... them. In 1935, Hitler forced the two towns to combine in order to host the 1936 Olympic Winter Games and they have remained together ever since. Our goal was Zugspitz, a look-out built at the peak of Wetterstein mountain, 2962m above sea level. This is the highest point in Germany. We drove to the Zugspitzbahn, a train station which would ferry us most of the way up the mountain. After buying tickets, we grabbed a lunch of apples, grapes, water and flammenkeutchen (bread ...

      Salzburg, Eagles Nest and Innsbruck

      A travel blog entry by debandalan on Sep 27, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... dresses) for the woman and lederhosen (funny leather shorts, checked shirts, braces and hats) for the men. I think it looks a little bizzare but they obviously think they look beautiful. Couldn't convince Alan to buy his own lederhosen. After Salzburg it was off to Eagles Nest which was one of Hitlers houses. It is set very very high up on the mountains about 45 minutes away from Salzburg. It was given its nickname by the Americans ...