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Gleitschirmflieger im Zillertal
Austria

At the top of the "Zillertaler Hoehenstraße" (=Zillertal-Mountain-Road) is the well known Paraglider- and Delta-Launch-Point at the Melchboden-parking lot. When the wind is right there are always a lot of pilots starting with their gliders to make a visit in the surrounding Zillertal-Mountains

Copyright: Martin hertel
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Uploaded: 06/06/2010
Updated: 16/06/2014
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Tags: zillertal; melchboden; paraglider; start; austria
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