This is the view from the summit of Grosses Wiesbachhorn (3.564 m) to the south-west and west. In the background to the left you can see parts of Grossglockner - the summit itself was covered with clouds all day. In the center is Hohe Dock (3.348 m, left in front of Grossglockner) and Grosser Baerenkopf (3.396 m). In the foreground you can see Vorderer Bratschenkopf (3.401 m) with the ridge leading to the right to Hinterer Bratschenkopf (3.413 m). Right behind Hinterer Bratschenkopf is Klockerin (3.425 m) and to the very right in the background Hohe Riffel (3.338 m).
8th of July 2007 by Herbert
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