Bertnesskaret, Bodø
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Panoramic photo by Tord Remme PRO EXPERT Taken 15:18, 29/08/2012 - Views loading...

Bertnesskaret, Bodø

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Bertnesskaret connects Løpsfjellet with Steinmo-fjellet. It's a steep descent from west, and an even much steeper ascent up towards east and the Steinmo Mountain, from which this panorama is taken, a bit above the hardest parts. There is a small river running next to the path, with a fresh supply of cold water for thirsty travellers :)

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