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130328 Hardanger Halnekollen Xc Tower
Norway

This was the second day of our Easter holiday on Hardangervidda. Me and D skied up to the top of Halnekollen to check out the view, which was fantastic. To the north you can see Hardangerjokulen (glacier), and beyond that, Finse, where they filmed StarWars. I remember seeing this tower last summer when crossing the plateau 40 km away. This was my first XC ski tour for a long time. Going up was fine, but coming down was a challenge.

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Uploaded: 02/04/2013
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Tags: hardangervidda; halne; norway; snow; winter; frozen; plateau; cross country skiing; tower; radio; mast
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