The Eastern Alps, Including the Bavarian Highlands, the Tyrol, Salzkammergut, Styria, and Carinthia: Handbook for Travellers (Google eBook)

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Karl Baedeker, 1879 - Alps - 406 pages
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Contents

From Salzburg to Berchtesgaden KonigsSee From
71
From Salzburg to Reichenhall
80
From Ischl to Hallstadt and to Abtenau and Golling
95
Route Page 2 The Zwieselalp
98
From Ischl to Salzburg via St Gilgen Schafberg
99
Ascent of the Schafberg from St Wolfgang
100
Ascent of the Schafberg from St Gilgen
101
The Attersee and Mondsee
104
Ascent of the Schafberg from Unterach The Schwarzsee
105
From Scharfling to St Gilgen
106
The Durnberg Salt Mine
107
From the SchwarzbachFall to Berchtesgaden
108
From Salzburg to Worgl Salzburg and Tyrol Railway
109
The Hochkonig
110
From Schwarzach to Goldegg lit 5 The KitzlochKlamm
112
Zeller See Schmittener Hone
113
Excursions from Saalfelden Kuhbiihel Lichtenberg etc
114
The Gastein Valley
115
The Gamskarkoge
116
Excursions from WildbadGastein Kotschachthal Gams karkogl Graukogl Tisch Kreuzkogl
120
BockhartThal Over the BockhartScharte to the Rauris
121
The Bernkogel
123
3 Excursions from the Rauris Gold Mine Herzog Ernst Schareck etc
124
Excursions from BadFusch Kasereck Kuhkarlkbpfl Schwarzkopf
125
From Ferleiten to Heiligenblut over the Fuscher Thorl and the Heiligenbluter Tauern The Brennkogl
126
From Ferleiten to Heiligenblut over the Pfandlscharte
127
The Kaprun Valley
128
The Mooserboden 129
129
The Kitzsteinhorn and Wiesbachhorn 190
130
The Hollersbachthal
131
The Habachthal
132
From Krimml to Kasern over the Krimmler Tauern
133
Innsbruck and Environs
134
Schloss Amras
139
Lanserkopfe Patscherkofel
140
Weierburg Muhlau Hungerburg Hotting Oberperfuss
141
The Kellerjoch Wiedersberger Horn
142
The Zillergrund and its passes HornlJuch FeldJochl HundskehlJoch
144
The Stillupthal Over the Keilbach Juch to the Ahrenthal
145
Floitenthal Loffelspitze
146
S From Mairhofen to Sterzing over the Pfitscher Joch
147
The Kelchsauer Thai By the Salzachjoch or the Filzen sattel to the Pinzgau
149
Kitzbiihler Horn Gaisstein
151
The Kaisergebirge Hintersteiner See From Soli to Kufstein
152
Excursions from Waidring The Oefen Pillersee St Ulrich
153
Excursions from Unken Schwarzbergklamm Staubfall Sonntagshorn
154
Excursions from Dornbirn Zanzenberg Kehlegg etc
155
Excursions from Feldkirch St Margarethenkapf Maria Grun The Aelpele etc
156
From Feldkirch to Buchs
157
The Brandner Thai Liiner See Scesaplana 15S 11 From Bludenz to the Schrocken by the Grosse Walserthal
159
From Dalaas to Schruns across the Christberg
160
The Moosthal Rendelspitze etc
161
The Tschurgant Huttekopf
163
The Grosse Solstein
164
Route Page 35 The Montavon and Paznaun Valleys
165
Passes from Schruns into the Prattigau Schweizerthor Drusenthor PlasseggenJoch PartnunJoch
166
The Gargellenthal St Antonier Joch SchlappinaJoch Heimspitze etc
167
Over the VermuntPass to Guarda Piz Buin
168
Jamthal Fluchthorn
169
Blankajoch Peziner Spitze
170
From Innsbruck to the Oetzthal by the SelrainThal
171
The Stuibenfall
172
From Lengenfeld over the Breitlchner Jochl to the Pitzthal
173
Mountain Ascents from Vent Kreuzspitze Vordere Ramolkogl Venter Wildspitze Weisskugel etc
174
From Vent over the Taufkarjoch to the Pitzthal
175
The Similaun
176
From Kurzras to Schlanders over the TaschlJoch
178
Passes from Gurgl to the Passeir and Schnalser Thai
179
Excursions from Mittelberg Mittelberg Glacier Riffelsee Mittagskogel etc
180
The Stuhaithal
182
Pfandler Alp
183
The EggessenGrat Zuckerhutl Over the Bildstockljoch to Solden
184
The Kaunser Thai Gepatschhaus Passes into the Pitz thal Oetzthal and Langtauferer Thai
185
The RadurschelThal
186
Excursions from Nauders
187
From Mais to Prad by Glurns and Lichtenberg
188
From Innsbruck to Botzen by the Brenner
190
From Fatsch or Matrei to the Stubaithal
191
The Pflerschthal Schneespitze
193
Excursions from Brixen Velthurns The Blose
195
Botzen and its Environs
197
Calvarienberg Virgl Badl Kollern
198
The Bitten Rittnerhorn
199
The Sarnthal Over the Ereuzjoch to Meran and over the Penser Joch to Sterzing
200
The Tierser Thai Passes to the Fassa The Rosengarten
201
Deutschnofen Weisshorn Schwarzhorn
202
Ueberetsch Kaltern The MendelPass Monte Roen
205
From Botzen to Meran
207
Excursions from Meran Schloss Tyrol etc
210
Mountain Ascents from Meran Vigiljoch Rothsteinkogl Mutspitze Gfallwand Innger Hirzer Laugenspitze
213
From Meran to the Baths of Rabbi through the Ultenthal
214
From St Leonhard to Sterzing over the Jaufen
215
Passes from the Martellthal to the Baths of Rabbi Pejo St Gertrud and Sta Caterina
225
The Suldenthal Ortler District
226
Rosimboden Schaubachhutte Hintere Grat End der Welt
227
The Schoneck Vertainspitze Hintere Schontaufspitze Monte Cevedale
228
Konigsspitze Ortler
230
From Sulden over the EisseePass and Passo Cevedale to Sta Caterina in the Val Furva
231
Route Page 47 From Botzen to Verona 232
232
From Trent by Riva and the Lago di Garda to Verona
235
Fall of the Ponale Monte Brione Monte Baldo Valle di Ledro
237
The Val Sarca Giudicarla
240
From Riva to Tione direct by the Durone Pass
241
Dos di Sabione From Pinzolo to Male by Campiglio
242
The Adamello and Presanella
243
Passes from Redole to the Val Camonica
244
Val Caffaro Croce Domini Pass
245
From Cles to Meran over the GampenPass
246
From the Baths of Rabbi to Pejo over the Cercena Pass
247
From Edolo to Brescia Val Camonica Lago dIseo
248
From Trent to Bassano and Venice through the Val Sugana
249
Val Fierozza
250
Lago di Caldonazzo Lafraun and Lusarn 25X 3 From Borgo to Primiero by the Brocon Pass
251
The Grotte dOliero
252
The Valley of the Avisio Fiemme and Fassa Valleys
253
From Moena to Cencenighe by the Passo di S Pellegrino
254
From Campidello to the Seisser Alp
255
From Predazzo to Primiero
256
Excursions from S Martino di Castrozza Cima di Tog nazza Passo delle Comelle Cauria
257
Excursions from Primiero Castel la Pietra Calaita Lake Val della Noana Monte Pavione Val di Pravitali etc
258
From Franzensfeste to Villach Pusterthal
259
Excursions from Bruneck The Kronplatz
260
The Antholzer Thai Over the Staller Alp to the Defe reggenThal
261
Excursions from Niederdorf Sarlkofel
262
The SextenThal Fischleinboden Passes to the Ampezzo and Auronzo
263
From Sillian to Kiitschach
264
Excursions from Lienz
265
Route Page 11 From Greifenburg to Villach by tbe WeissenseeThal
266
The MiihlbachThal
267
Excursions from Taufers Schloss Taufers Speikboden Grosse Moosnock
268
The Weissenbachthal
270
Schwarzenbach Grosse Loffelspitze
271
Passes and Mountains Ascents from the Prettau
272
The Enneherg Valley or Gaderthal
273
The Heiligkreuzkofel
274
From St Cassian to Buchenstein by Prelongei
275
The Monte Pian
276
Durrenstein Criatallino Monte Cristallo Hohe Gaisl Drei Zinnen
277
Excursions from Ospifale Over the Forca to Cortina
278
Excursions from Cortina Belvedere Zumelles Tondi di
279
Nuvolau Tofaha Cristallo Sorapiss
280
From Cdrtina to Schluderbach by the Passo delle Tre Croci Lago Mesurina
281
The Val di Zoldo and its passes
283
From Cortina to Belluno by Agordo Cordevole Valley
284
Pieve di Livinalongo Buchenstein
285
From Agordo to Primiero by the Cereda Pass
287
From Lienz to Windisch Matrei and Pregratten The Iselthal
288
Excursions from WindischMatrei and from InnerGschlbss
289
From WindischMatrei to Mittersill by the Velber Tauern
290
The Lasbrling
291
Excursions from Pregratten Ascent of tbe GrossVene diger
293
Excursions from the Clarahutte UmbalThorl etc
294
From WindischMatrei to Kals and Heiligenblut
295
From Lienz to Heiligenblut
300
From Vienna to Gratz
306
From Vienna to Marlazell and Bruck on the Mur
313
From Linz to Bruck by Steyer and St Michael
319
Gratz and Environs
330
Route Page 3 From Gratz to Klagenfurt by Schwanberg
335
From Gratz to Trieste
336
The Baths of Rohitsch and of Neuhaus
337
The FranzJosephsBad
339
The Quicksilver Mines of Idria
340
The Zirknitzer See Schneeberg
341
Prewald and the Nanos
342
From Marburg to Villach
343
From Etihnsdorf to Krainburg Vellacher Bad Obir Grintuz
344
From Klagenfurt to Krainburg over the Loibl The Stou
345
Rosegg Sternberg
347
From Villach to Kotschach The Gailthal
348
From St Lorenzen to Sekkau Hone Zinken
349
The Zirbitzkogel Oberwolz
350
From Launsdorf to Hiittenberg The SauAlpe
351
From Laibach to Villach
352
The UrataThal Over the Luknia Pass to the Isonzo Valley
353
The Pischenza Valley From Kronau to Flitsch by the WorschetzSattel
354
Weissenfels or Mangert Lakes
355
Trieste
356
Excursions from Trieste Miramar Optschina Capo dIstria etc
359
From Trieste to Villach Valley of the Isonzo
360
The Krn Prestrelenik Canin and Rombon
361
From Trieste to Pola and Fiume Excursion to Dalmatia
362
Baedekers Eastern Alps
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Page 323 - In this square 159 of the ringleaders of the great rebellion of the peasantry in 1516, who had been captured near Pettau , were beheaded. Count Erasmus of Tattenbach, governor of Styria , who was implicated in the ill-concerted conspiracy of the Counts Zrinyi and Frangipani (p. 308), was executed in the large hall of the old Rathhaus here, 1st Dec. 1671. The * Joanneum (PI. 12), an extensive building with gardens, founded in 1811 by Archduke John for the promotion of agriculture and scientific education...
Page 297 - Urspmng) rises copiously in a cavern at the base of the Calvarienberg, in the dolomite-limestone. The best view of the town is obtained from the Moritzruh, a pavilion on the top of the Calvarienberg (ascended in 20 min.), so named in memory of the poet Moritz Saphir (d. 1858). The prettiest walk is through the...
Page 70 - ... was down to 1803 the seat of an independent provostry, or ecclesiastical principality, the dominions of which were so mountainous and so limited in extent (165 sq. M.), that it was jestingly said to be as high as it was broad (interesting relief-map in the above-mentioned reading-room).
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Page 77 - Hocfutaufen (6815 ft.). This is the central point of union of the four principal Bavarian salt-works, which are connected by conduits of an aggregate length of 50 M. The large Salinen-Gebäude, or salt-work buildings, in the market-place, contain the offices on the right, and four Sudhäuser ('boiling-houses', from 'sieden'; сотр.

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