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... which flank either side of Innsbruck as the view is stunning; it is a truly magical place to watch the sun set on an evening.
There are several places in the centre of Innsbruck that I would recommend visiting. There is the city tower which costs €3.5 entry and gives you an incredible view of the city and the surrounding mountains, however just to warn you the steps are quite steep! There is also the Olympic Ski Jump which is very impressive! However ...
... now has me
going "off road" and simply has no idea where in the world I am going.
Once right down in the valley I can see loads of maintenance work going on
up on the cliff road above and now understand why its closed.
As I make my way along this make-shift road I see a truck with about 20
cars coming towards me which gives me hope that the roads open.
Finally there ahead of me is a long queue of traffic and all standing
waiting at a set of ...
Day 284 4 hrs, 12.5 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 37.5 kms In the town of Pfunds up ahead there's supposed to be a hostel and I'm determined to get there tonight. But I still can't pass up the chance to do a quick parkbench concert in the riverside town of Tosens as I pass through. I then find a quiet country path on the other side of the stream and continue my sprint to ...
Day 284 2 hrs 5 kms I follow the trail which cuts through a cow pasture, where a portly bovine dares stands in my way a la Lord of the Rings :"You shall not pass!" Finally I climbed up the sloped to get around her. Down at the bottom is a reservoir and the valley floor widens a little. For this next stretch I actually feel hot for the first time in who knows how long. Looks like it might ...
... busy road, so it does feel like this valley is taking me deep into unknown territory, rather than being a civilization corridor. After a while houses and grassy slopes reappear. It's a different feel up here vs farms and villages on the valley floor (here the valley is to narrow to farm at the bottom) I feel such admiration for folks who cultivate, live and prosper off of this rugged terrain. And I'm about to get an inside glimpse of ...