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today

afternoon
26°C
90% Fineweather
3700m
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afternoon 26°C

Sunday

Sunday
26°C
90% Fineweather
3700m
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Monday

Monday
22°C
50% Fineweather
3200m
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Forecast

The weather in April will probably not be able to beat the weather of today Saturday: The morning will be sunny, clear and chilly. Already, the sunlight has the same intensity as in mid August and it will therefore be pleasantly warm for the season.

Tendency

On Sunday, it will remain nice and hot. On Monday, the current period of high pressure will be briefly interrupted by the passage of a weak low accompanied by dense cloud and thunderstorms. Tuesday, high pressure will return again for sunny and warm weather.

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The legendary Teufelsmühle (Devil's Mill)

Myths and legends bring culture to life

Follow the hiking trail that leads from the traditional village centre of Aldrans towards the village of Rinn. After a gentle 45-minute walk you will reach the Teufelsmühle, a place that is truly steeped in legend:

Legend has it that the mill was built by a poor farmer from Aldrans with the help of the devil himself. The humble farmer didn’t have enough money to build the mill so he entered into a pact with the devil. The devil agreed to build the mill in return for the farmer’s soul. The farmer agreed on the condition that the mill had to be built within one night, before the first cock crowed. 

The devil took up the challenge and set to work the same night. He built the mill within a few hours and headed out at three in the morning to fetch the missing millstone from the Inn Valley. Having laboured to bring the millstone up to the required altitude, he arrived just in time to hear the sound of first “cock-a-doodle-doo”. Enraged the devil pushed the millstone back down into the valley, where it smashed into a thousand pieces. He had lost. The famer simply laughed and called his new property the “Teufelsmühle” (Devil’s Mill) from then on.



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