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Maltabergeralm - Traditional Hut Kitchen
Austria

Located at 1600m in the lovely Maltatal, the Maltabergeralm and its four guest huts not only serve a wide range of traditional carinthia food, guests can also stay in one of the alpine cabins over night, ranging from full featured cabins to traditional mountain huts with no artifacial power or water pipes.

Copyright: Markus ortner
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Uploaded: 12/05/2009
Updated: 10/11/2012
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Tags: mountain; alpine; malta; tauern; spittal; indoor
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