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Vorderen Gosausee & via ferrata

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A: Vorderer Gosausee, Upper Austria (2)

Michael Fruehmann作, ここから640メートル

Lake "Vorderer Gosausee" in Winter.

Vorderer Gosausee, Upper Austria (2)

B: Vorderer Gosausee, Upper Austria

Michael Fruehmann作, ここから710メートル

the lake 'Vorderer Gosausee' in Gosau, Upper Austria in winter. The snowy mountain in the back is the...

Vorderer Gosausee, Upper Austria

C: Avalanche deposit at Vorderer Gosausee

Bernhard Vogl作, ここから800メートル

Avalanche deposit at Vorderer Gosausee

D: Vorderer Gosausee

Bernhard Vogl作, ここから830メートル

Vorderer Gosausee

E: Pano 20140717 114725 Gosausee

Enrique Moreno作, ここから920メートル

Pano 20140717 114725 Gosausee

F: On the way to Gablonzer Hütte

Jakub Hruska作, 1.4kmかなた

On the way to Gablonzer Hütte

G: Großer Donnerkogel

Jakub Hruska作, 2.1kmかなた

Großer Donnerkogel

J: Edtalm, Gosau

Martin Brunclík作, 3.2kmかなた

Dachstein West ski resort in Austria is our favourite for last several years. Even though it looks th...

Edtalm, Gosau

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