True Locals

True Locals,Work & Life

Chance, talent and dedication – the life ingredients of carver Hermann Klocker

One does not have to be born in the Leutasch Valley to belong here and to impact the region, at least to a small extent. Woodcarver Hermann Klocker has been proving this impressively for over 20 years. The gentle sound of carving wood and the ...
Summer,True Locals,Winter

Shop regional: Our producers and their farm stores

Fresh herb cheese straight from the farmer, honey from your favourite beekeeper in the next village, meat from highland cattle grazing on endless mountain meadows: this is what the best quality tastes like. Directly from the farmer, honest, without long detours. There are over 60 ...
Summer,True Locals

On new old paths: Farmer Simone Neuner

At the entrance to the Gaistal valley, the Wirtseppelerhof is nestled in the idyllic landscape. The charisma of the farm has a magical attraction. A few years ago, Simone and Matthias Neuner never dreamed that they would once run the farm like this. Today, Simone ...
True Locals,Winter

The Reither Bakery: Tasty traditions

When my alarm clock rings at five in the morning, I crawl out of bed and yawn at the toothbrush. Actually I am a passionate late riser, but the day’s work of a traditional Tyrolean baker begins long before the first dawn. Today an experienced ...
True Locals,Winter

True Locals: Monika and Hansi Bantl

The Leutasch valley has a total of 2,380 inhabitants. Two of them are Hansi and Monika “Bantl” Neuner. They represent the Leutasch area like hardly anyone else: they have their roots in this area and put in a lot of effort to ensure others also ...
Summer,True Locals

True Locals: Farmer Thomas Nairz and the Almabtrieb

Every year the Almabtrieb is a special event for the region’s cowherds and farmers. The cows return to the valley after a summer spent up in the mountains. Traditionally this is celebrated by the Almabtrieb. Farmer Thomas Nairz from the Lippenhof in Leutasch is always ...

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