All except Heike, Franz, Petra and I drove back home this day. We said goodbye to the others and started off to what would become a comfortable day. At first we drove back up to Truden, where I wanted to take a few pictures which was impossible the previous day with 12 motorcycles behind me.
Then down we went towards Auer and further south to Salurn. Here a road turns off the left, up to Gfrill. It is a dead-end, but still a nice, quick side trip.
We drove back into the valley on the otherside and continued on to Kurtasch. From there up the Fennberg, also a worthwhile side trip.
Also highly recommended is the Gasthof Plattenhof, famous for its pork hock! The road up was deserted, but the top was a hive of activity. The inn was very busy.
After lunch we allowed ourselves a break at the nearby small lake.
Then we headed back down to Kurtasch and over Truden and Altenburg (partially very steep climb) to Kaltern, where we already last Friday enjoyed some fantastic ice cream! We wanted to go to Maniggler Lake, but because of the crowds of people we turned around and drove back to Montan. An enjoyable evening at the Gasthof Rose ended the day.