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Ober Rathusen
Switzerland

It's almost family tradition spending the christmas days with my family in a cottage in the Napf region. We were lucky and it snowed a lot some days before we went up so the conditions were perfect to go hiking with snowshoes.

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Tags: ober rathusen; bern; napf; schnee; snow; neige; hügel; hill; colline; ciel; sky; himmel; nature; natur
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