The Tyroleans are upset that they are cut off from the world, and the world is upset about the Tyroleans. On the move in a very idiosyncratic region.
The lift system is turned off, the snow clearing equipment is parked on the roadside. It is as quiet as a village with 136 inhabitants can be in the middle of February, when the winding road ends at 2000 meters, no holidaymakers on the slopes – and the residents are busy with themselves. Even the Tux-Zillertaler – beautiful, black cattle with unusually broad heads – moo very quietly when Markus Pirpamer checks that everything is in order in the stable.