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Bärenhöhlen 2
Switzerland
The so called bear-caves in Welschenrohr Switzerland. The way up is neatly hidden so only rarely people get up there. It's a great place to do some exploring if you're careful where you step and there are mutliple cave systems although they don't lead far into the mountain. However most amazing is a tree growing inside the biggest cave through a hole in the ceiling.
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Tags: natur; nature; cave; höhle; tree; baum; rock; mountain; fels; stone; valley; sky; himmel; view; wood; forest; wald
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