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Bjornelabben
Norway

Bjørnelabben “The Bear Paw” (2135 m/7005 ft) is a sub peak to Storebjørn (2222 m/7290 ft). The highest mountain in Norway, Galdhøpiggen (2469 m/8100 ft), can be seen in the northeastern direction.

Read more about the Jotunheimen National Park at Wikipedia or at VisitNorway.com

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Tags: glacier; snow; ice; sky; sun; cold; blue; white; ski; mountains; mountain; winter; hiking; hike; easter; leirbreen; jotunheimen; sognefjellet; norge; norway; view; storebjorn; veslebjorn; sokse; glen; gorge; valley; peak; galdhopiggen
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