Photographer's Note

The valleys in the Zilltaler Alps are called “Gründe”, and in many a dam has been erected to collect the water and producing electricity.

The Floitengrund is at opposite the longest “Grund” without a dam. You can only discover its wildness by foot, and of course have some rests on the several mountain pastures on the way. At one of These, you can eat the “probably best Kaiserschmarrn of Central Europe” (!) as the advertising says (it was fine, maybe not the very best ;o)).
Here, it is the very end of the valley, at 1600 meters above the sea.
On the left, you can see the Greizer Hütte (just before the snow), at 2226 meters, on the Berliner Höhenweg.
In the middle the Floitenspitze.

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