The Bründling Alm is not only good for hearty food. In their vicinity, people with a geologist's eye will also find special rocks - crystallized sea lily colonies. The confused geology of the Alps is clearly revealed on the summit trail: limestone layers that once formed the sea floor stand at an angle in the room, roll up, slide over each other. The fact that two mighty limestone ceilings overlap - they are named after the Lech Valley and the Allgäu - is even plausible for non-geologists.
June 2, 2017
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