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    Edelweiss Photo: Christian Reiser, Outdooractive Editors
  • Cheese storage
    Cheese storage Photo: Thalkircher Dorfhaus
  • Cattle drive
    Cattle drive Photo: TG Hörnerdörfer

Outdoor Stories in the Oberallgäu

Traditions, legends and an adventures past characterize the region on the edge of the Alps. What is the "Viehscheid" (cattle drive) that attracts thousands of tourists to the small villages every year? Who brought the diary industry to the Allgaeu? And did you know that ibexes have returned to the high altitudes of the Allgaeu Alps? If you are hiking in the Allgaeu and keep your eyes open to discover the region's many stories. Let us introduce a few of them. 

 

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