Peak Kaiserburg by Bad Kleinkirchheim
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Peak Kaiserburg by Bad Kleinkirchheim

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On the top of the peak Kaiserburg (2055 m) during the winter skiing season. The ski lift (cable car) takes the skiiers and visitors from Bad Klienkirchheim to the peak. On the panorama you can see the cable car station, the peak Wöllaner Nock (2145 m) - accessible by foot within 30 minutes, some skiinig slopes as well as an amazing alpine view.

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A: Wöllaner Nock

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B: Kaiserburg during Winter

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C: Kaiserburg

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D: Kaiserburg

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E: Wöllaner Nock - Bad Kleinkirchheim

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F: Wollaner Nock by Bad Kleinkirchheim

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G: Ski resort Bad Kleinkirchheim

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H: Strohsack Summit Station

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I: Alpenfahrt 2010

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J: Alpenfahrt Showroom

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