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Aftersteg Ski Lift - Slope 2 Middle - Black Forest - Baden-Wuerrtemberg - Germany
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Lower middle of the left Slope of the Aftersteg Ski lift, the Langmattlift, Black Forest, Germany.

The training on Carnaval Tuesday 2012 has almost reached the end. Everybody is already looking forward to the 2013 Carnaval Racecamp and the famous Carnaval Party in the Aftersteg Ski Lodge of the Ski Club Speyer.

Jens Weichselgärtner blowing up a huge snow cloud at the end of the two giant slalom training runs. His father, Sigi, Sandy, Thomas and me cheering ...

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