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Schreckhorn 4078m
Switzerland

Summit of Schreckhorn, the most difficult four-thousander of the Bernese Alps, located 10 km south-east of Grindelwald. The picture was taken on Wed, 21st August 2013.

Copyright: Silvan Leinss
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Uploaded: 24/08/2013
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Tags: schreckhorn; mountain; grindelwald; lauteraarhorn; eiger; aletschglacier; schreckhornhütte; schreckhornhut; 4078
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