My first attempt to climb the Zugspitze

Travel time: August 2005  |  by valesca schaefer

to Munich and back home

As the road from Ehrwald to Garmisch-Patenkirchen was still closed we had to drive via Fuessen.

On our way we stopped to see the fall of the river Lech:

At Hoch Peissenberg is a nice church with a chappel for palmers.

Chappel

Chappel

Altar

Altar

Arriving in Munich we were stunned to see the flood waters of the river Isar!
I had a walk around taking pictures...

No open fires or bbq allowed

No open fires or bbq allowed

waterfront view

waterfront view

That's how it looked at 9/24 ...

That's how it looked at 9/24 ...

... and that's how it looks normaly!

... and that's how it looks normaly!

lookout

lookout

In the late afternoon I met up with my uncle again and we reached Frankfurt only 3.5 hours later

© valesca schaefer, 2005
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The trip
 
Description:
My uncle Alexander had invited me to climb Germanys highest mountain with him. We had then arranged a date which turned out to be the worst we could have chosen: the whole area was flooded!
Details:
Start of journey: Aug 22, 2005
Duration: 3 days
End of journey: Aug 24, 2005
Travelled countries: Austria
Germany
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The Author
 
valesca schaefer is an active author on break-fresh-ground. since 17 years.
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