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Wollaner Nock by Bad Kleinkirchheim
Austria

A winter's view from the Wollaner Nock. The easiest way to the top is by using the Kaiserburgbahn from the valley of Bad Kleinkirchheim (the upper station wisible in the pano), and then walk cca. 30 min to the top.

Copyright: Zoran trost
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Uploaded: 19/09/2012
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Tags: wöllaner nock; bad kleinkirchheim; cross; winter; kaiserburg; ski; panorama
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