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Sechszeiger, Hochzeiger, Pitztal
Austria

Der Hochzeiger ist ein Gipfel des Geigenkamms, einer Gebirgskette der Ötztaler Alpen in Tirol. Der Berg hat eine Höhe von 2560 m ü. A. und liegt östlich oberhalb von Jerzens im Pitztal. Vom Hochzeiger bietet sich ein Blick über die Bezirkshauptstadt Imst, das Gurgl- sowie das Inntal.

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Uploaded: 19/08/2013
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