Wörgler Bach Camp

Wir befinden uns hier am Wörgler Bach kurz vor dem sogenannten Bacherwinkel.

Nicht weit abseits vom Inntal, relativ leicht zu finden, allenfalls umgefallene Bäume oder herabgestürzte Felsen können einem den Weg in die Schlucht hinab versperren.

Für Fahrzeuge (zumindest solche ohne 4x4) allerdings eher nicht zu empfehlen.

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Tags: outdoor; forest; river; offroad; 4x4; tent
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