Theme: Salt transport
Tip: A visit to the former reloading station with adjacent warehouse
Due to brisk trade, the valley experienced a flourishing period from as early as the 11th century onwards. An important commodity was salt, which was transported from Hall by way of the old Roman road to the first reloading station and further south from there. By “transportation trade”, is understood the transportation of goods by relay from reloading station to reloading station with changing wagons and carters.