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130402 Hardanger Campbel valley Xc Peak
Norway

During our Easter holiday on Hardangervidda, Me, Anders and Janne went for a little ski tour to the top of Campbel valley. To the north you can see Hardangerjøkulen (glacier), and beyond that, Finse, where they filmed StarWars. To the west you can see the valley where everyone was kiting a few days earlier. Heather got stuck in the valley with no wind, and had a long walk back to the car, so we named the place after her.

On the way back down from the peak, Anders and Janne were super quick on their XC skis proving that you do need Viking blood to ski fast.

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