View from Nebelhorn to Hintere Entschenalpe

The Nebelhorn is a popular mountain near Oberstdorf in the south of Germany. It is so popular, because it can be easily accessed via a cable car from Oberstdorf. From the summit station to the summit you only have to walk about 50m. The viewpoint where I made this panorama is a bit farther away, but still accessible very easily.


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