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Koncheto
Bulgaria

Koncheto (Translation from Bulgarian: The Horsie) is a ridge in Pirin Mountains, Bulgaria connecting the peak of Kutelo (2908 m) and Banski Suhodol (2884 m). The northeastern side is approximately 300 m deep, while the southwestern side is about 800 m deep! The name of the ridge comes from the way less experienced climbers go through it - they saddle down on the ridge. Enjoy the spectacular view!

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Uploaded: 18/08/2011
Updated: 28/08/2014
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Tags: abyss; peak; ridge; konche; koncheto; pirin; bulgaria; bansko; vihren; kutelo; kuteloto; nature; rocks; mountain; mountains; banski suhodol; acrophobia; hiking; hinkers; hike; high; altitude
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