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Joechl
Österreich

Hier über dieses kleine, relativ unbedeutende Joch (in der DAV-Karte wird es sogar auch nur "Jöchl" genannt) kommt man nach einer großen Runde um die Pyramidenspitze wieder auf die Nordseite hinab.

Copyright: Heinz Kirschner
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Hochgeladen: 20/11/2010
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