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Die bindalm im klausbachtal
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Auf der Bindalm am Ende des Klausbachtals befinden sich vier historische Kaser, davon sind zwei bewirtschaftet. Von hier hat man einen schönen Blick auf die Mühlsturzhörner, wo 1999 250.000 Kubikmeter Fels ins Tal stürzten.

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