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Blick vom schareck
Austria

Vom 2602 m hohen Schareck hat man einen grossartigen Blick auf 40 Dreitausender. Man erreicht den Gipfel am einfachsten von der Grossglocknerstrasse mit der Panoramabahn. Auf dem Bild sieht man in westlicher Richtung das Wallackhaus, in dem man übernachten kann. Unterhalb des Wallackhauses befindet sich die Talstation der Panoramabahn. Der spitze Gipfel mit den schneebedeckten Flanken oberhalb der Seilbahnstation ist der Grossglockner, mit 3798 m der höchste Berg Österreichs.

Copyright: Uwe Wieteck
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13456x6728
Taken: 28/08/2012
Uploaded: 24/09/2012
Updated: 07/04/2014
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