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Gamsgrubenweg after the tunels
Austria

Gamsgrubenweg is a hiking trail that begins on Franz Josephs Hohe. The trail was severly damaged by a stone fall in 1999, and was reopened 6 years later. Most the damaged section could not be repared, and was replaced by 5 tunels. This panorama was taken about 100 meters from the last tunels exit.

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Uploaded: 29/11/2009
Updated: 09/11/2012
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