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20120914 above Grindelwaldgletscher on trail to Rots Gufer
Switzerland

Panorama from trail between Baregg and Rots Gufer at around 1800m, above Grindelwaldgletscher - at least of what remains of it in 2012, while ~150years ago the ice level was reaching the trail height, which is ~500m from the level now. Eiger to the west. Made with my Nokia 700, during my training 23km run from Grindelwald.

Copyright: Jiri syrovatko
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Chargée: 01/10/2012
Mis à jour: 06/08/2014
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Tags: grindelwald; chalet milchbach; pfingstegg; bbaregg; rots gufer; eiger; mönch; switzerland; 2012
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