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Rindbach/Ebensee, Traunsee near Gmunden

Late fall afternoon (Nov. 20th) in Rindbach/Ebensee. People are kitesurfing on lake Traunsee all spring, summer and fall, but the water is getting pretty cold already. The surrounding mountains are Traunstein, Feuerkogel, Sonnstein and Eibenberg.

Copyright: Michael Fruehmann
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Uploaded: 20/11/2010
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Tags: rindbach; ebensee; traunsee; gmunden; traunkirchen; kite; kitesurf; kiteboard; austria; upper austria; surf; sail; wind; sport; watersport
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