11/03/2014 | by Sam Oetiker
Check this river of snow that swept down the Höttinger Alm near Innsbruck a couple of days back. Heavy!
In most places in the northern hemi, it’s summer. However in the German and Austrian alps at least it’s been cold and the weather verging on apocalyptic with cold temperatures and neverending rain in the valleys meaning plenty of snow had fallen up high. What comes up, must come down – and down it certainly came in a thick, slow, tumbling torrent of snow from Austria’s Höttinger Alm.