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Wiwannilodge
Switzerland

Located in the Berner Alpen at 2.470 m the Wiwannihütte is a tiny but cosy lodge, usually frequented by climbers. Close to the lodge they will find some 50 well equipped routes in climbing parks and some longer routes up to 10 pitches to Wiwannihorn at 3001 m. 

Copyright: Jürgen Schrader
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Uploaded: 01/10/2009
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: wiwannihütte; lodge; wiwanni; climbing; klettern; alps; berner alpen; ausserberg; wandern; hiking
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