In the Breitachklamm (a canyon near Oberstdorf, Germany).

The german word Breitachklamm translates to “canyon of Breitach”. “Breitach” is the name of the river, which cut this canyon into the rocks. The canyon is located near Oberstdorf in southern Germany.

It’s a fascinating hike through the canyon which also leads over this bridge deep down in the canyon.


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