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Caseation at the "Karseggalm" - an experience like in old times

An Experience like in old times

Get ready for an unforgettable trip to a very special alpine pasture. On the oldest cultivated alp in Großarltal you can observe how the cheese is made with an open fireplace - as in earlier times!
 
 
The Karseggalm in Großarl-Au is having an age of about 350 years, the oldest managed alp in Großarltal and has barely changed since its inception. Particularly impressive is the open hearth, which is still in daily use. Here, among other things, the so-called "Knetkäse" a Großarler specialty, smoked. You can choose from several self-produced products such as sour cheese, milk, butter, bread, bacon, liquor, etc..

There is every week once the possibility of seeing how the cheese is made. 
On the Karseggalm one feels transported back to the past while looking at the open fire and the experience of the management of laborious hand from several decades.

For younger always a great experience is the petting zoo

The alpine pasture is reached most easily by the Breitenebenalm (about 1/2 hour, the Sonneggbrücke (1 1/2 hours) or over the circular path of the Unterwandalm on Karseggalm to Breitenebenalm.

More hiking destinations around the Alm are the Kitzstein ("fork"), the Penkkopf.
 
 
 
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Verwöhn-Hotel Neuwirt ****

Mountain holiday in the natural paradise Großarl

Großarl, Salzburg, 924m
Comfortable holiday in a family atmosphere: at the Hotel Neuwirt, excitement and fun await the children and tranquility & relaxation await adults.

 

Holiday themes: Walking, Cycling, Well-being, Skiing & ski run fun, Snow shenanigansRated with 5 Freddys 
 
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