Loewen Hotel Montafon
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... had to change trains it was snowing really hard but our train to Chur (my favourite station name so far) was early so we only had to wait for a few minutes. When we got to Chur for lunch to meet with Michela, Gianluca and baby Rosa. I realised that as this part of Switzerland is German speaking, so we had to change back to speaking German which is weird as this was the first language of our trip. For lunch Michela made pasta with ham and peas. We then went out for a ...
... this. I don't want my journey to become just a routine--especially not my Alps hike. But at the same time I'm excited. Excited to realize that for the first time in my life I feel I've acclimatized to the lifestyle of a long distance hiker. I could keep hiking like this... pretty much indefinitely. But will I? We'll think more about this tomorrow. For now I'm just going to wander around one more village, then find a quiet spot in the orchard, and set up camp for the ...
Day 283 4 hrs, 8 kms Strengen has a peculiar landmark: a covered bridge that looks like a bunch of random pieces of lumber attached together, all crooked, looking like it could fall over at any time. Just seems really out of place here in Austria where everything it seems is made to perfection. Does look pretty cool ...
Day 283 2 hrs, 7 kms The valley continues. A narrowing strip of lush green grass surrounded by wooded slopes and cliffs, interrupted by classic Alpine villages with large, immaculately decorated chalets... But they're not all independent towns, so I can only count one of them. The trail markings aren't as good as in Switzerland (here I am, comparing again!) and I end up at a dead ...
, Day 283 2 hrs, 8 kms After St Anton, the atmosphere changes dramatically from fancy touristy towns to very authentic farm villages. The valley doesn't get very wide, but it's enough for folks to grow grass and feed their dairy cattle. Another thing I notice here in Austria are a lot of women out in the fields doing very physically demanding tasks like raking and tossing hay with large rakes. But they ...