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Stripsenkopf Sonnenuntergang Skaliert
Austria

Der Stripsenkopf gehört mit seinen 1807 m zum zahmen Kaiser und ist bequem von der Srtipsenjochhütte erreichbar. Ausserdem führt ein Klettersteig unmittelbar an die Stelle wo das Pano aufgenommen wurde.

Copyright: Udo Lenkewicz
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Uploaded: 07/10/2013
Updated: 07/08/2014
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Tags: stripsenkopf; tirol; Österreich; austria; klettersteig; wandern; trekking zahmer kaiser; wilder kaiser; kaiserbachtal; sunset; sonnenuntergang
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