Sonntag, 4. September 2011

Hiking the Mölltaler Glacier

On this late summers day, it wasn't that warm but not too cold so the ideal weather and temperature to go for a hike. We drove about 1,5 hours west from Radenthein (745 m.a.s.l) into the Mölltal and then up to 1900 m.a.s.l. a quite nice gradient from the valley up to a little beautiful mountain hut which was runned by some kind landlord and landlady! There we asked for a short hiking tour for about 2 hours and the landlord also provided us a very experienced and fit guide, named Karla, as you can see in the picture below.

She lead us up the hills, took some short baths in the streams sideways, hunted a chamois and a grundhog and played tag with a cow!  

We made some short break halfways at another mountain hut to eat some bread with smoked sausage and cheese before our leader took us to a small lake at above 2200 m.a.s.l. where Karla took a bath!


After about 3 hours of hiking we came back to our start position the "Patschgeralm-Hütte" and ordered alocal speciality called "Bretteljause" with self made bread, butter, sausages, ham and quark which you really have to try if you are in Carinthia around, it is available at almost every mountain hut, with some different flavour!

Really a nice activity to get the sunday around!

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