Natur und Wellnesshotel Hoeflehner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... banks and walls made of huge rocks and/or heavy metal poles. Went straight to the guesthouse which was lucky as they were about to close for a few hours break. Had a lunch and headed into town for a look around. Not a lot to see as it really is not a tourist town, so headed back for a rest. Did 17km today but a lovely walk along the valley. Had entertainment in the evening as the local choral society had a meeting of some sort at the guesthouse (owner is a member) and they ...
... 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 ...
... clear and have plenty of alpine river features like whirlpools etc. Further up the valley we came across two dams that were built to help get the logs out. They block off the dam to fill up behind them with water, then release the water to get the logs downstream. We don't think they are used any more however. From here we started to climb, had to get over a saddle at 1333m, the highest point of the total walk. A 700m climb, very steep and path was ...
... over the lakes. Had a bit of a rest at the top, now bathed in sunshine and set off along the track. There was a cafe/bar where there were a group of cyclists enjoying a beer, at 10.30 am. Continued on and came across plenty of cyclists and walkers on the trail. Descent was very steep in a couple of places and very long compared to the ascent, so it would have been a very tough ride. Crossed the main road that leads to another ...
... that had been installed into the caves for Friday night concerts in the summer. This country is music crazy so I shouldn't have been surprised, but it was really weird to see a piano in the middle of the ice.
As we hiked back out of the caves towards the warmer air, the ice overhead began to drip and more than once I got drops of cold water down my back. YIKES! We finally exited the caves a few hundred meters from where we entered and hiked back down the hillside to ...