It’s only forest stairs

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4 thoughts on “It’s only forest stairs

    1. Abd A. Masoud Post author

      It was really worth the trip, i was reading today the national park authorities the were building nearly 170 stairs with nearly 2500 steps. This Ravine is located in Styria in Austria, the nearest village called Mixnitz

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