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Jagdhausalmen Alpine Pastures, Defereggen, East Tirol, Austria, Europe
Ole Zimmer
Der Steinsee im Lechtal.
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Updated on 07.07.2021 in Recommendations from Ole Zimmer
4 min reading time
Rushing mountain streams, silent alpine summits, tiny hamlets off the beaten track – and no stress anywhere to be seen. Tirol is full of slow tourism places. Some are hidden away at the end of the valley, while others are just a stone’s throw from some of the region’s main transit routes. We have put together a list of five hotspots ideal for those keen to go slow and relax.
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Erlanger Hütte.
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Tirol’s mountain huts aren’t just a great place to spend the night. A surprising number of them offer excellent food made using produce sourced from the local region. We have chosen six of our favourite slow food locations in Tirol.
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TEXT Ole Zimmer | PHOTOS Bert Heinzlmeier
Updated on 03.02.2021 in Food & Drink from Ole Zimmer
11 min reading time
Understanding nature, enjoying fresh produce, staying healthy. More and more people are getting out into the forests and meadows to search for ingredients for their kitchen. The trend, known as foraging, has spread around the globe. In Tirol people have been living off the land for thousands of years, making the most of what nature provides. We went to the village of Nauders to meet two herb experts and a cook who is reinventing this age-old tradition.
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