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On top of Lake Mountain - Fichtelgebirge - Bavaria

We see that we see nothing.

The peak of Seehügel - 953 m a.m.s.l. -  is densely forested. No lookout, only trees. The view from the terrace by the Seehaus (alpin hut), a few meters below, is much better: on the opposite Ochsenkopf (Ox head Mountain), and on a cold beer and tasty snacks on the table in front of you.

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Tags: bavaria; seehuegel; lake mountain; seehaus; fichtelgebirge; trees; forest
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