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... Osterhofen to ride the cable car to Wendelstein, the tallest peak in the area. We understand that on a beautiful day like today, the overlook gives great views of the central Alps and Austria. Unfortunately, in the parking lot things took a sudden turn and Tim ended up in an ambulance headed for a stay in the hospital. Tim tried to stop a rolling car and got pinned; suffice it to say that the situation could ...
... they get emptied.
No Niko here though. The camping is basic to say the least. Though the locals don’t camp as such, they chalet. No tents or camper cars here. Little, itize bitzi, log cabins are the go.
Montenegro appears to be quite heavily forested and alpine. Not big trees (no doubt regrowth), but pine, ash and oak cover the mountain slopes. Any flatish alpine land, is given over to agriculture. It appears to us that Switzerland may have looked something ...
... of all the optionally that day so I could recover and do some washing. Probably a wise choice. That night after everyone came back from a mountain bike ride and paragliding there was more drinking and schnappy hour (2 euro schnapp shots). I was done and in bed around 10. I have found that I definitely can't drink that much 2 nights in a row. Today we're off to Italy, first stop ...
... careering down runs at a great rate of knots leaving Andrew far behind trying to catch up.we discovered a great little cafe at the top of Run 5 at the edge of the glacier which had the best unobstructed views of the alps. Alas, our day and our time here on Hintertux has come to an end and we have really been spoilt with our accommodation at the Alpenhof Hotel and our experience skiing at the Hintertux ...
After three glorious summer days skiing on the Hintertux Glacier a cold front moved through the Austrian Alps during our day 4 leaving us with some tricky skiing in white out conditions. At one stage we were lost in a cloud with 5 meters visibility in all directions but somehow managed to find a marker pole which directed us down the run. By the afternoon we had retreated down to the lowest runs on ...