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Seiser Alm

 

 

 

March 3rd 2013

 

 

 

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Picture Collection Seiser Alm Alpe di Siusi

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Kastelruth center of the village

The village center of Kastelruth is worth to visit. In that village the stupid builing trend during the 80s has left only little traces and you find still plenty of old beautiful buildings. When you are here you should not miss to visit the museum of the famous Kastelruther Spatzen music group. The museum is located directly at the main road direction Gardena valley.

N 46°34´04”  E 011°33´35”

 

 

 

Seiser Alm, visit of a common raven

On the Seiser Alm there is no allowance to drive for ordinary motorists and motorcyclists that do not live up here. By chairlift you can gain access to the highest point and a littel hotel with excellent food with absolutely moderate rates. We were really surprised about the big portions and the small prices. So, no ripoff. When you are up here it is common that you get visits from these fellows. Raven.

N 46°33´50”  E 011°34´50”

 

 

 

Main transport at Seiser Alm

At this point begins the motor free zone. On the Seiser Alm plateau only people are allowed to drive motor vehicles that live up here. The “guest” either walks or can use the rental horse carriages.

N 46°33´50”  E 011°34´50”

 

 

 

view rtowards Eisack valley and Ortler mountain

Just before you reach the top of the Seiser Alm this view opens up towards northwest. Down in the valley you may spot the city Bolzano at the end of the Eisack valley, Valle d’Isarco. In the background you may notice the Ortler mountain. This picture was taken end of October in the so called Indian-summer.

N 46°30´36”  E 011°39´12”

 

 

 

view towards Schlern mountain

Just a few yards uphill this picture was taken towards the rear side of the Schlern. This picture was also taken in October and shows the beautiful colors of the mountain flora at this time of the year.

N 46°30´36”  E 011°39´12”

 

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