Innerkrems Travel Guide

  • Cows behind the farm
    Cows behind the farm
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  • Cows on the slopes of the mountains!
    Cows on the slopes of the mountains!
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  • My daughters admiring the Marmots!
    My daughters admiring the Marmots!
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Innerkrems Things to Do

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    by Roeffie Written Jan 10, 2008

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    Altitude: 1,950m

    At the day we where here July the 4th 2006 it was really stone cold for a summers day only 5 C, the surrounding nature at lake Windeben has something magic or mystic. A pity there were so many people there.

    The "Alpine Symbioses" Nature Study Trail with numerous display boards in the unique landscape around Lake Windeben.

    There is also an unusually high number of stone pines to be seen in the neighbouring forests.

    An easy path of about 400m leads up from Lake Windeben to the Glocken Hut (walking time about 15 minutes).

    The lakeside at Lake Windeben Lake Windeben I believe these are called stone pines!
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    by Roeffie Written Jan 10, 2008

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    Altitude: 1,693m

    This healing bath was originally called the "bath in the little cirque".

    The water of the Karl spring is led into larch troughs and heated to about 40° Celsius with red-hot stones. The troughs in which the cure guests lie are covered with wooden planks - with an opening for the head - so that the healing steam cannot escape.

    Due to the cure operation, the bath is not open for viewing - but is possible after 1pm for an admission fee and by agreement.

    Also nice to make rural pictures with cows and a little stream, children will like the big slide!

    Karlbad farm and bath Cows behind the farm Hiking in the Nock mountains behind the farm. Between the cows. This water should be almost curing.
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    by Roeffie Written Jan 10, 2008

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    Altitude: 1,700m

    The Nockalmhof is only three kilometres from Innerkrems and is immediately situated on the Nockalm Road. It is an excellent starting point for various hikes in the National Park.

    Several display boards offer information about the interesting history of iron mining in Innerkrems and the surrounding area.

    As well as a children's playground and at that time there was an exhibition about the Marmot or in german Murmeltier

    My daughters admiring the Marmots! Sitting on a cow for once in their lives!
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