TheￂﾠMy Way Alpine Europe TourￂﾠI'm leadingￂﾠis well underway, as we hopscotch across borders through the Alps.ￂﾠAfter a memory-packed day traveling from the Dolomitesￂﾠto Bavaria, we popped back into Austria for an early-evening hike to a ruined castle (Ehrenberg, above Reutte) and a wobbly ramble over a very long and very high suspension bridge. My friend Armin dreamed up, spearheaded, and now manages this exciting new activity that's bringing lots of visitors to his little town. We'reￂﾠ400 feet above ourￂﾠteeny tour bus, at the point where three valleys convergeￂﾠ-- a strategic location since this was the Roman Via Claudia. The joy on our group's faces shows the fun in mixing exhilarating experiences with historical sights.
This is Day 60 of my 100 Days in Europe series. As I lead tours, research my guidebooks, and make new TV shows, I'm reporting on my experiences and lessons learned in Vienna, the Alps, the Low Countries, England, and beyond. Find more on my travel blog.
(This post originally appeared at blog.ricksteves.com/ehrenberg-castle-bridge.)