No mail on saturday... I uploaded great mountain cards bought by a friend during his skivacation in Austria close to the Italian border.
The Dolemites are a section of the Alps located in Italy. There is one national parc and many other regional parcs in the Dolemites.
Drei Zinnen or Three Peaks (2.999m) are thre distinctive battlement like peaks in Italy.
The Valley of Pusteria, with its major town of Brunico, acts as a sort of boundary of this Dolomite Region embracing the tourist area of Plan de Corones (105 km ski runs and 31 ski lifts) similar to the tourist area of Alta Pusteria (54 km of ski runs and 28 ski lifts) with the towns of Villabassa, Dobbiaco, San Candido and the village of Sesto. This area is also famous for its 200 km of cross country skiing and a real paradise for lovers of this sport.
Antholzer see with in the background the Hochgall(3.436m)
The Zillertal Alps)are a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps on the border of Austria and Italy. The range is named after the Zillertal (Ziller river valley) on its north.
The village of Rasen and its outskirts (Niederrasen, Oberrasen and Neunhäusern) are situated at the mouth of the picturesque Antholzer Valley. Surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Rieserferner Group and the Kronplatz Mountain, the holiday region stretches through a fascinating landscape that offers countless sporting and leisure opportunities to both the active explorer and the holidaymaker looking for peace and relaxation.
The Zillertal Alps (German: Zillertaler Alpen; Italian: Alpi Aurine) are a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps on the border of Austria and Italy. The range is named after the Zillertal (Ziller river valley) on its north.