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Resting point on Gamsgrubenweg
Austria

Halfway on Gamsgrubenweg: the trail leading from Francz Josephs höhe to Oberwalder hütte. To this point it is quite easy to walk up - hundreds of elderly people, and little kids make it daily - and from here starts the harder part of the journey, where hikers need to start climbing.

Copyright: Rafael De Vill
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Upplösning: 9484x4742
Uppladdad: 11/11/2009
Uppdaterad: 18/09/2014
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Tags: nature hills pasterze grossglockner alps heiligenblut francz joseph oberwalder hütte gamsgrubenweg trail hike
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