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Nock In

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Build near St. Owald nest to the Summit Station, the Nock-In is not only a Restaurant for hikers and skiers, but also features a amazing view from its panorama outlook platform.

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A: Skiing in St. Oswald

Markus Ortner作, ここから30メートル

Panorama taken between the newest calbe car, the Nationalparkbahn Brunnach and the newest restraurant...

Skiing in St. Oswald

B: Erlacher Bockhütte - National Park Nockberge

René Pirker作, 2.0kmかなた

Erlacher Bockhütte - National Park Nockberge

C: Kirchweg - Kirche St. Oswald

Bad Kleinkirchheim作, 2.3kmかなた

A small road near St. oswald, the Kirchweg (Curch Road) got its name from this church.

Kirchweg - Kirche St. Oswald

D: Kirchweg St. Oswald

Bad Kleinkirchheim作, 2.3kmかなた

A small road in St. Oswald, surrounded with several historic famrhouses

Kirchweg St. Oswald

E: Pfannsee in Winter

Bad Kleinkirchheim作, 2.7kmかなた

The Pfannsee near St. Oswald in the Nockberge

Pfannsee in Winter

F: Nocky Mountains Sunset

René Pirker作, 2.8kmかなた

On my way back from the Nassbodensee I crossed this little river and remembered that I wanted to take...

Nocky Mountains Sunset

G: Skiing in St. Oswald

Markus Ortner作, 3.3kmかなた

Panorama taken near the summit station of the Nockalmbahn in St. Oswald.  The weather maybe wasn't as...

Skiing in St. Oswald

H: Mills Trail Kaning I

René Pirker作, 4.8kmかなた

Taken at the "Mühlenwanderweg" in Kaning on April 24th, 2013. Haven't been there for months during wi...

Mills Trail Kaning I

I: Eye Spring St. Kathrein

Bad Kleinkirchheim作, 5.1kmかなた

There is no evidence as to when people in this area discovered the beneficial effects of the 36 ?C wa...

Eye Spring  St. Kathrein

J: Wishing Bell

Markus Ortner作, 5.1kmかなた

Make a wish, ring the bell... and maybe it comes true. The bell is located at the Schiestlhöhe next t...

Wishing Bell

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