You Know It’s Autumn When…

Autumn in Pfunds

Times are changing here in the mountains as the off season is ushered in. A subtle message from Mother Nature that summer has gone, autumn is imminent and Christmas is just around the corner. This time of year always makes me go through different moods, from disappointment to anticipation. How about you?

1. Disappointment

September is always a reminder that summer is gone. Gone?? Has summer even begun yet?

Ahornboden, Herbst

2. Repression

No matter if fall has already officially started, now is the time to get outside and take a last dip in a beautiful mountain lake.

There is nothing as refreshing as taking a swim after a long hike 😃 #Vilsalpsee

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3. Enjoying the Beauty of Fall

Take advantage of the last warm days and get out. All around the mountains there are thousands of trees, that all turn the prettiest yellows, golds and oranges.

4. Being A Child Again!

I simply love the noise of the leaves crushing beneath my feet.

Zirl, Kalvarienberg

5. Getting the Most Out of It

Also, the hikes, that you think you can’t do because it’s not summer, are the prettiest they will ever be: Sunrise Walks in the fall mean, you can linger in bed longer, as the sun rises later. Here comes the sun!

#serles #sunrise #instalife #instaday #stubai #stubaialps #tirol #visittirol #lovetirol #hiking #instagood #homeiswherethemountainsare

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6. Baby It’s Cold Outside

Who doesn’t need a new beanie?

Tiroler Bua mit Tirol Shop Mütze

7. Snow!!!

And then there is that day with the first snow of the season on the high peaks!

Villgratental im Herbst

8. Joyful Anticipation

Seeing white on the mountains sets in motion the notion that winter is just around the corner. Do you start counting down the days to the start of ski season?

Obernberg am Brenner

Whether it’s a lesser-known destination or a random trailside attraction, nature lover Eva Thöni will be there with her camera in tow, eager to share her greatest mountain moments with you.

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