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Aar-Wirt Hexe
Austria

Website Hochfuegen:

Hochfügen is located at the entrance to the Zillertal Valley in Tyrol. Magical slopes at elevations as high as 2500 metres above sea level, all just waiting to be conquered. The adventure begins the minute you step off the car park!

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