Journey by Horse-Drawn Carriage

in 3 days round the Wilder Kaiser mountains

 

 

Who doesn't sometimes feel like dropping everything and turning the clock back? Why not do just that on a horse-drawn carriage ride? You could even dress up in traditional costumes.

 

After you have spent your first night in Ellmau, what do you dream about, and what can you not forget? The Kaiser mountains, of course! Come with me on a horse and carriage journey round the Kaiser, just like 100 years ago.

 

I offer a 3 day trip, mostly on track or quiet side roads from Ellmau via Scheffau, Söll, Itter-Mühltal, Bruckhäusl, Bad Häring, Schwoich, Kufstein (Fortress, Auracher Löchl, 1st overnight stop), Ebbs (Haflinger stud farm), Buchberg, Durchholzen, Walchsee, Schwendt (2nd overnight stop), Griesenau, Gasteig, St. Johann, Going and back to Ellmau.

 

Leave the stress at home and relax; on the way we will do a bit of sight-seeing, visit various pubs and cafés, find a quiet picnic spots and above all admire the majestic views of the Kaiser mountains from all sides.

 

 

 

Dates:             September and October. 1st trip in the second week of September. Maximum 8 passengers.

 

Price:             Adults € 189,-, children under 12 half price.

Includes: carriage ride (4 - 6 hours per day, with folding roof), 2 overnight stops in farmhouses or nearby guesthouses with breakfast (standard or shower/WC available).

 

Equipment:   One small piece of luggage, waterproof clothing, good shoes and a sense of humour.

 

 

 

Two horsepower transport, the nodding of the horses heads, the clip-clop of their hooves - enjoy a taste of the good old days with me.

 

P.S. The nights you are away with the carriage ride, you do not pay for the room.

 

 

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Maggie's report

Last year I have been round the Brixen-Valley in 2 days. Maggie (my first English guest in this manner) wrote me a very, very nice report about it. I hope you enjoy reading it!