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Barmsteine

Climbing two rocky peaks right on the border between Austria and Germany

sunny 17 °C

The "Barmsteine" are not very high, just two small, rocky peaks, which are located exactly at the border between Austria and Germany.

So one can choose to climb them either from the Austrian or the German side. As it was already afternoon when we started our hike, we chose to climb them from the German side, so we could enjoy the warm afternoon sun whilst walking there.

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We started at the end of a small road, near some farm houses.

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Cute sheep.

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Such beautiful nature.

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Some more farm animals.

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The small Barmstein and the Austrian side.

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The big Barmstein and the German side.

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Posted by R and K 07:45 Archived in Austria Tagged tourist_sites

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