Austria

Hotel Rasmushof, Kitzbühel

The Rasmushof Hotel is set in the very foot of the legendary Hahnenkamm, a mountain known throughout the world along with Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn, and the Eiger.

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Carinthia – the Land of the Lakes

Austria has long been a popular destination with British travellers, both for winter skiing and summer hiking. The Tyrol gets most of the action, but Carinthia, in South East Austria, is well worth a visit.

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Insider Guide to Schladming in Summer

When the snow melts and the skiers head home, the Austrian Alps don’t just disappear. Some people prefer their mountains served green and pleasantly warm rather than chilled.

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The Trail of the Walser in Vorarlberg

Ancestors of the Walser, as these people are called, had left the Valais region in Switzerland centuries earlier and headed east over the high passes.

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Hiking the Brandenberg Alps

Rupert Parker goes hiking in a circle around the Tyrolean Brandenburg Alps, starting and finishing in Kramsach and hiking up and down for 50kms.

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The Stubai Valley

Around 30 minutes from Innsbruck, the Tyrolean village of Nuestift makes a good base for exploring the Stubai Valley and its surroundings. Rupert Parker enjoys some Tyrolean hospitality.

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