View north-east from partway up Kehlstein mountain, Bavaria

Panorama looking out north-east from part way up Kehlstein in Bavaria, Germany. Kehlstein is a 1,834 m subpeak of the Hoher Göll mountain. Although this panorama was taken relatively low down on the mountain, a break in the tree cover provides good views.

In the image you can see the town of Anzenbach in the valley below, with the mountains Kneifelspitz to the north-east, and Rauher Kopf to the north-west. The hillside of Kehlstein is mostly covered with Fir trees, but in this clearing you can see a variety of trees and plants growing.

Copyright: Dave Kennard
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15940x7970
Taken: 06/07/2012
Uploaded: 31/01/2014
Updated: 01/09/2014


Tags: mountain; forest; tree; viewpoint; nature
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