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My Tirol: Stubai alpine valley

12 Responses to “My Tirol: Stubai alpine valley”

    • fotoeins

      Thanks, Amy. That’s an interesting comparison, and you will not be surprised to know that the Stubai valley and the Dolomites aren’t all that far apart. The Stubai valley is next to the Wipp valley which leads south to Brenner Pass. Beyond the pass is Italy, South Tyrol, and Bozen/Bolzano, from which the Dolomites are within reach. At Brenner Pass, I was very tempted to hop on a train to Bolzano, but that will have to wait for another time. Thanks for stopping by and for your comment!


    • Amy

      Bolzano is a charming town. We also took the local train to the places nearby. Thank you for the info.

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    Henry, your posts from Bavaria, always open up such wonderful memories of my life back than in Germany. I used to go skiing in Stubaital. You know my father was a passionate mountain hiker and climber and he introduced me to the beautiful world of our mountains. As always thank you for sharing.

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    • fotoeins

      Hi again, Cornelia. I’m not surprised at all you would’ve spent a lot of time in the alpine valleys around Innsbruck, which is easy to reach by car or train from Garmisch-Partenkirchen / Mittenwald. It’s amazing to know I might have passed by one or more of the mountains you and your family used to ski in past years. The 1-day trips were fun to do, photograph, and describe; I’m glad to provide some recent glimpses of these places you’ve known so well.


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