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Great skiing in the Austrian Alps in Stuhleck

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A: Stuhleck 1783m

Par Zoltan Duray, à 30 mètres

Stuhleck 1783m

B: Stuhleck Summit in Winter

Par Thomas Bredenfeld, à 40 mètres

The Stuhleck (1,782 m asl) is one of the most eastern summits of the alps higher than the forest limi...

Stuhleck Summit in Winter

C: Stuhleck 1643 m

Par Zoltan Duray, A 2.2 km

Stuhleck 1643 m                                                                                      ...

Stuhleck 1643 m

D: Grandhotel Panhans, Kurort Semmering

Par Wolfgang Stich, A 7.4 km

Grandhotel Panhans, Kurort Semmering

E: Semmering, Südbahnhotel

Par Wolfgang Stich, A 8.4 km

Semmering, Südbahnhotel

F: Kurort Semmering, ehemaliges Kurhaus

Par Wolfgang Stich, A 8.9 km

Kurort Semmering, ehemaliges Kurhaus


Par Uwe Wieteck, A 9.0 km


Par Uwe Wieteck, A 9.0 km

I: Little Grotto in Semmering Area

Par Wolfgang Stich, A 10.0 km

Little Grotto in Semmering Area

J: Rock Gate in Semmering Mountains

Par Wolfgang Stich, A 10.0 km

Rock Gate in Semmering Mountains

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