130401 Hardanger Halnetjorna Xc Windhole

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 we came across this huge hole in the snow. It is about 5 meters deep. We guessed that it must have been carved out by the wind as there is a ridgeline just below. On the way back I decided to climb in and take a panoramic. Unfortunately you can't quite tell how big it is.

Copyright: Oliver Guest
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Uploaded: 02/04/2013
Updated: 09/10/2014


Tags: hardangervidda; halne; norway; snow; winter; frozen; plateau; cross country skiing; hole; wind
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