Sunday, 12 October 2014

Escaping the Rush

With my 4 week holiday almost at an end it is time to do a little write up on yet another walking holiday in Süd Tirol. A pictorial review of a rather relaxing two week's stay in this lovely area.

Our chosen route to the Passeier Tal again took us over the Timmelsjoch.
Undoubtedly one of the best passes in the area.

Lovely rural Gasthof Christl.

Misty track to the Seeberg Alm

Clouds covering the flank of the Seespitze

The Vajolettürme covered by clouds, seen from the Haniger Schwaige

The Seeber See, high on the flanks of the Timmelsjoch

Obere Glanegg Alm in the Seebertal

Gasthaus Lamm in Sankt Martin
Our chosen restaurant for most of our stay

Enjoying the sun in Schweinsteg

Footbridge over the river Passer in Sankt Martin

The Zufallhütte at the head of the Martelltal

Above the Zufrittsee

A small field chapel near Stuls on the flank of the Sonnenberg

On the outskirts of Stuls

Near the top of the Sellajoch

The Langkofel towering over the surrounding countryside

A panorama of the Passeiertal seen from the flank of the Prantachkogel

Duckpond near Pfeiftal

Typical cottage above Algund

Apple harvest in Sankt Peter

Schloß Tirol seen from the churchyard of Sankt Peter

Farm building in the Ultental

Petrol station in Sankt Martin with the car of choice for the local youths

Graveyard beside the parish church of Sankt Martin

Early sun shining on the flank of the Windegg

1 comment:

Patrick said...

Hello from France
in 2014 a pilot of Triumph Tr7 is very often a poet . Great poetic pics.