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motorradrudi
06-12-2006, 07:34 AM
Hallo friends!

My next step into english:

http://www.motorradrudi.info/typo3temp/pics/38202ef8c6.jpg

On okt., 10th, 2006 my wife Petra and me picked up a „free day“ and took a trip to the great ahornground in the Karwendelgebirge.
First we took the way north. From Sonthofen to Rettenberg, Wertach and Nesselwang. From there straight ahead to Rosshaupten and Lechbruck. Next came Steingaden and right the way to Murnau. Via Saulgrub and Bad Kohlgrub we reached Murnau. From there to Großweil, Schlehdorf and Kochel at the sea. Here begins the wonderful street up to the Kesselberg. This street is closed from this side on weekends, but only for motobikes! Because of some bikers from munich had taken a bad picture there – sorry! But between the week you can go there and enjoy the curves and turnes there!
Then we’re reached the Walchensee. In summer it is very hectic here and a lot of traffic – but not so in autumn! We’re took a rast and enjoyed the view over the beautiful sea!

http://www.motorradrudi.info/typo3temp/pics/83c862c228.jpg

Then came Wallgau and the drove along the small private street to Vorderriß (you have to pay 3 € for using). Via Hinterriß we reached the “Eng”. Another 1 € to pay!
This is one of the beautifullest place in Karwendelgebirge: The great ahornground – simply wonderful!!!
Espacialy in autumn it is a MUST!!! Those colours, those country, those mountains – nearly perfect!
So we took a walk and enjoyed the area around. Maybe we where a little bit to early there – one oder two weeks later, the colours are maybe more beautiful, but still a great impression!

http://www.motorradrudi.info/typo3temp/pics/77addb136a.jpg

http://www.motorradrudi.info/typo3temp/pics/7938e15eea.jpg

(more fotos unter großer Ahornboden (http://www.motorradrudi.info/Sonthofen-Zur-Zillertaler.150+M5922f266e4f.0.html))

The way back to Sonthofen we drove to Wallgau, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Lermoos. Than to Reutte and the Gaichtpass. To the Tannheimer valley and the Oberjoch-Pass to Hindelang and back to Sonthofen.
Finaly: A wonderful day!

With the best greatings from good old germany
Rudi

nil_orally
06-12-2006, 09:23 AM
Nice shots, Rudi.
Thanks.

iffracem
06-12-2006, 04:55 PM
WOW!!

scenery to die for.. well, not literally of course...

keep it coming, and don't worry about the english too much, comes across perfectly clearly to me :thumbs:

glitch
06-12-2006, 06:55 PM
Then came Wallgau and the drove along the small private street to Vorderriß (you have to pay 3 € for using). Via Hinterriß we reached the “Eng”. Another 1 € to pay!

Rudi

Hey Rudi

Another good one, those pics are something, too (can't get enough of them :wink: :) )
Thanks for sharing ....and no probs with your English there.
Can't wait to see it all "in the flesh".
So...the Vorderriss-Hinterriss road is 3 Euro...and then a separate collection for the road to Eng?
Thought, they'd all belonged together (same owner).
What the hell, it's all beautiful out there.

motorradrudi
06-12-2006, 09:43 PM
So...the Vorderriss-Hinterriss road is 3 Euro...and then a separate collection for the road to Eng?
Thought, they'd all belonged together (same owner).


No they aren't! Because the street from Wallgau to Vorderriss is German and the street vom Hinterriss to the Eng ist Austrian! Between the two points is the border!

Greatings
Rudi

glitch
07-12-2006, 03:29 PM
So...the Vorderriss-Hinterriss road is 3 Euro...and then a separate collection for the road to Eng?
Thought, they'd all belonged together (same owner).


No they aren't! Because the street from Wallgau to Vorderriss is German and the street vom Hinterriss to the Eng ist Austrian! Between the two points is the border!

Greatings
Rudi


Thanks for clearing that up....another of those little pockets that belong politically to one country, but practically and access-wise to another.