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Loetschental Guggisee
Switzerland

Lötschental is a well-known German-speaking valley parallel to the main valley of the Valais. Well-known for hiking in summer and skiing in winter time. The most impressive mountain is the Bietschhorn (3,934 m).

Here I am at the lovely Guggisee.

See also  Lötschental

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Tags: guggisee; lötschental; loetschental; fafleralp; blatten; wallis; valais; swiss; switzerland; alps
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