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Zwischen Altmann und Meglisalm

Vom Säntisgipfel her kommend gelangt man in Richtung Meglisalm, und wenn man noch Muße hat, so lässt sich die Route noch um den zusätzlichen Altmann-Gipfel erweitern.

Gerade sind wir am überlegen, was das Gebiet im Winter erst für Reize bieten muß... ;-)

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Uploaded: 17/03/2009
Updated: 08/04/2012


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