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Watzmann Southpeak (2712m)
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The Southpeak (2712m) is one of the 3 main peaks of the Watzmann. Normally you reach it by traversing the Watzmannridge which gives you an incredible View down to Königssee (St. Bartholomä) and Wimbachgrieß valley - 2000 meters below. If the sky ist clear you can see many of the famous mountain of the eastern alps.

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Uploaded: 09/11/2011
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Tags: watzmann; berchtesgaden alps; alps; mountain; königsee
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