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Along the Gamsgrubenweg
Austria

Walking on the Gamgrubenweg is not just a beautiful hike, but also a chance to educate yourself. Along the trail you can find information on the the history of the Hohe Tauen and other nationalparks, as well as on pioneers of mountain climbing.

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送信日: 29/11/2009
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