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Travel Blogs from St. Anton am Arlberg
... parked the car and began a three hour hike through this lovely valley to Vicosoprano. If it wasn't for the wasp that stung Katherina and then Max it would have been a perfect day. Vicosoprano is one of those idyllic Swiss country villages that works hard to retain the old world feeling. There was a witches museum which told the story of a local legend using music and a movie projected on the rock wall of a former prison (complete with torture ...
... up steep, slippery steps at the side of the waterfall, to walking on open grass-covered mountains. My guide set a pace that meant we could meet the times set by the signposts (times obviously set by taller men and women with longer strides!).
My ever faithful companion Lizzie (who is '84' years old!!) did it all with me and walked twice as far as I did since there were so many incredible smells to explore! We did have one horrendous moment when ...
... 8221; – grey mountain cheese/fish soup for
starters and trout in almonds/spicy crust for main
Friday 29 August
Stayed around the campsite throughout the morning reading
a good book. A short local walk in the afternoon but managed to catch a bus
that took us right back to our start point rather than taking us further up the
valley side. Gave up in disgust, had a cup of tea and carried on with the good
... the Tyrol or Austria, just info about Imst. Is there any such thing as the
Tyrol Tourist Authority out there?!
Took a walk up the Rosengartenschlucht gorge. where the
Schinderbach river roars down a 2 km long ravine. This beautiful gorge begins
close to the centre of Imst at the Johannes church. Quite a strenuous walk, all
in all, up to Hoch-Imst.
Fingers crossed, the weather forecast looks OK for
... drove north east down the
valley towards Galtur. Campsites appear to be few and far between in Tyrol but,
by luck, we found a place on or near Kops-Stausee, high in the mountains. This
was actually an ACSI place, but not listed in our book. Apparently it is in a
Dutch publication called “Klein + Fign Kaperen” – see www.eurocampings.eu – which focuses on
sites with less than 50 places.
Monday 25 August ...