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Start mit dem Gleitschirm oberhalb des Melchboden, dem höchsten Punkt der Zillertaler Höhenstraße. Diese führt ab Mayrhofen in die Hochalpine Bergwelt der Österreichischen Alpen

Copyright: Martin Hertel
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Tags: paraglider; start; zillertal; austria; snow; spring
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