While I was walking through a valley in Hinterglemm there was a certain whirr in the sky. People crossed on a high rope course in 100+ meters high the valley. Though the people dashed down the rope on high-speed I tried to take a photo. Can you see the person near the warning element for planes? Can you imagine to do the same in this scenery?
Only a pink sheep was witness: After a small climb, I enrolled myself into the summit register (Gipfelbuch) of the Hauser Kaibling. Speaking about sheep: There is an interesting trail about sheep around the summit.
I am often tweeting while being on a train of the Semmering Railway (Semmeringbahn) in Austria. This time I went through the same area on foot. I tried to hike along the railroad but this wasn’t always possible. So I took this impression of the landscape along the Semmering Railway from a nearby summit. Can you see the small viaduct of the railway between all these rocks?
After reaching the Mooserboden reservoir I walked along the Moosersperre dam and enjoyed the great view of the Hohe Tauern mountain range. The dam is part of the Kaprun high altitude storage lakes in Austria.
In order to climb up to the hydroelectric plant at the Mooserboden I took this special funicular which is generally known as Lärchwand Lift. Standing on the platform, which is even able to lift trucks and busses, offers a stunning view of the mountainous scenery near Kaprun.