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130401 Hardanger Halnetjorna Xc Peak
Norway

The first day of our Easter holiday on Hardangervidda with no wind. Me, D and Heather went for a little ski tour round the back of Halne fjellstova. On the way up we stopped on the lake to listen to the silence. Once D stopped rummaging in her pockets, we found that it was so quiet you could hear your own heart beating. We skied up to this peak to admire the view. To the north you can see Hardangerjokulen (glacier), and beyond that, Finse, where they filmed StarWars.

Copyright: Oliver Guest
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Uploaded: 02/04/2013
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Tags: hardangervidda; halne; norway; snow; winter; frozen; plateau; cross country skiing
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