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On the way to the Schellenberger Eishöhle (ice cave), which is the only ice cave open for tourists in Germany/Austria. It is rather difficult and strenuous to visit this cave. There is no nearby parking lot and in any case you have to hike at least for 1.5h to get there. The Ice cave is located at 1,570m asl at the slopes of Untersberg, which is around 15 min from here.

Copyright: T. Emrich
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Resolution: 12828x6414
Taken: 10/09/2010
Geüpload: 10/09/2010
Geüpdatet: 06/03/2015
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Tags: untersberg; eishöhle; schellenberger; ice; cave; mittagscharte; berchtesgaden; alpen; alps; austria; salzburg; salzburger; hochthron; thomas eder steig; wandern; hiking; klettern
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