/ What does "Müllküber zu den felsen hiunter" mean

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silhouette - on 27 Jun 2013
Hi I have found some info in German on a DWS venue near to Rovinj Croatia nad the Google translator doesn't translate that phrase. Google leaves it as " the trail goes westward to make it a strong linkskkurve and uphill. There is a way to rock with a Müllküber hiunter. Above the cliffs there is a beautiful anchorage. one can cross from de side and into various levels of difficulty climbing".

Any idea what the "Müllküber hiunter" is saying?

Cheers

Roger
daWalt on 27 Jun 2013
In reply to silhouette:
Müll is trash/garbage
kübeL is bucket (really an r at the end?)
without the orriginal german in full context it dosn't make mush sense.
good dictionary:
http://dict.tu-chemnitz.de/
Kipper - on 27 Jun 2013
In reply to silhouette:

Is there a spelling mistake here? With a mill of some sort behind the rocks maybe?
Kipper - on 27 Jun 2013
In reply to Kipper:
Or a rubbish heap?
janiejonesworld - on 27 Jun 2013
In reply to silhouette: I'm guessing a typo from Mullgruber (soz can't do umlauts) hinunter which would mean a rubbish dump/pit down below
silhouette - on 27 Jun 2013
In reply to silhouette: Thanks all.

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