Via Ferrata le pas de L'echelle
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全景摄影师 Alexander Ruttgers EXPERT 日期和时间 20:19, 21/07/2012 - Views loading...


Via Ferrata le pas de L'echelle

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Verry nice "klettersteig" ! 

Bring enough water, because this viaferrata is facing south!

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A: Hotel Park Novi Sad Serbië

摄影师Pieter Angenent, 距离此全景10.9

Hotel Park Novi Sad Serbië

B: Parking place

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Parking place

C: rémuzat 3

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rémuzat 3

D: near the bridge

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near the bridge

E: remuzat

摄影师Pieter Angenent, 距离此全景11.0


F: La Mere Maurin

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Cafe, Hotel and Restaurant La Mere Maurin in Rémuzat, France. Nice place to be. 

La Mere Maurin

G: Poyols - old village

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Poyols - old village

H: Poyols - harborage

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Poyols - harborage

I: On the top of the hill Clamontard

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On the top of the hill Clamontard

J: railwaybridge du Claps

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railwaybridge du Claps



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