BUT the best thing was THE PACKED LUNCH. We always packed a snack, no matter whether we knew a hut was open or not. We always stopped for refreshment where it suited us best: on a bench, in a clearing, on a tree root, on the bank of a mountain lake, on a rock, on the summit cross - we enjoyed it so much. And, as back then with my mum, I do exactly the same today with my son. As so often, the best traditions are carried on.
First, we go to the baker to get different types of rolls and a quark pastry - all fresh from the baker who lives for his craft - Backerei Steinbauer. If only it were that easy, with such a huge choice, we’ll probably take another pastry or two as well, because everything smells sooo delicious.
Then it's a few metres further down the road to our butcher, Ladinger, where it smells of bacon - as the aromahits my nose, I can already see myself sitting on the summit cross with my packed lunch. We stand in front of the display cabinet and despite the large selection we know exactly what we want in our packed lunch: a Landjager salami sausage, sausage spread, a bit of bacon and a bit of cheese.
Now there is only one thing missing: drinks and snacks.In the shop BIOS we have a choice of good juices, fruit and vegetables and also a few healthy temptations – we also prepare nibbles such as apple slices, muesli bars, nut for a little burst of energy in between in the forest on a tree stump, on the bank of the stream.
More information on which tours you can enjoy your snack can be found here.