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Lamsenjochhuette
Austria

LAMSENJOCHHÜTTE 1953 m, Karwendelgebirge

Die Lamsenjochhütte liegt spektakulär unterhalb der Felswände von Lamsenspitze und Hochnissl.

Für ihre vorbildliche umweltverträgliche Bewirtschaftung erhielt sie 2004 das Alpenvereins-Umweltgütesiegel.

Quelle: DAV

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Copyright: Jürgen schrader
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Uploaded: 05/07/2009
Updated: 10/11/2012
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Tags: lamsenjochhuette; lamsenspitze; hochnissl; klettersteig; huette; dav; karwendel; eng; panorama; 360; schrader
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