Lake Silvaplana Switzerland

While on a 3.5k mile trip around Europe, we stopped off at this beautiful lake in the Swiss alps. Had to be one of the best spots to have a mini ramp! So many kite boarders riding on the lake. I would like to visit this place in the winter. I bet there is a lot of contrast!

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Uploaded: 19/12/2013
Updated: 26/08/2014


Tags: skating; skateboarding; lake; panodrop; mountains; clouds; summer; silvaplana; kite; boarding; skatepark; sun; halo
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