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Mollis Schilt Fronalpstock
Switzerland

The small skiing area of Schilt/Fronalpstock high above Mollis in the Kanton Glarus is an insider tip for good skiing without long waiting times at the skilift. The view from here over the Linthebene to the lake of Zurich is absolutely fantastic (when there is no fog).

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Uploaded: 10/03/2011
Updated: 25/06/2014
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Tags: skiing; sun; view; mollis; fronalpstock
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