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Hirschwand and Seekopf 鹿墙山和湖头山

Hot day in the Wachau 瓦豪炎热的一天

sunny 28 °C

Today we went to Wachau for hiking and climbing.

今天我们去瓦豪徒步行和攀岩。

Actually, this time we had planned to leave our baby to my mother-in-law, so we could do a little bit difficult route, but then in last minute we decided that Isabella still would come with us.

其实这次原本计划是要把宝宝留给婆婆带,这样我们就可以去难度稍大的路段爬山,但是在出发前的最后一秒,我们改变主意了,最终还是决定带上伊莎贝拉。

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We parked our car just opposite of "Weissenkirchen", where a ferry is regularly crossing the Donau.

我们把车停靠在白教堂的对面,一个横渡多瑙河的渡口处。

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The beginning of the route was mostly through forest, so we did not take too many pictures there.

最初的路段差不多都是在森林里穿梭,所以我们没有拍什么像片。

Our photos start when we are already close to the top, climbing the rocks of "Hirschwand".

等我们快要到达山顶的时侯才开始拍照,攀登鹿墙山上的岩石。

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The climbing part looks more difficult than it actually is.

攀岩部分看上去比实际的更难。

So despite carrying our baby up there, it was never really dangerous.

所以尽管背着宝宝,也不觉得危险。

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On the top.

在山顶上。

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Going down again on the other side of Hirschwand.

从鹿墙山的另外一侧下山。

Again, climbing actually was not difficult at all.

攀岩路段还是一点也不困难。

There were plenty of stell ropes which made it safe and fairly easy.

有许多护绳,使攀岩变得更加安全和容易。

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The last few steps...

最后几步了……

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Later we continued our hike to "Seekopf", where we went on the top of a 20m high observation tower.

随后我们继续攀登湖头山,并且到达一个高达20米的瞭望塔。

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The tower is all made of wood, as you can see here nicely.

该塔由木头做成,正如你们所看到的。

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Back at the Donau.

重返多瑙河。

Posted by R and K 13:30 Archived in Austria Tagged tourist_sites

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