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Omgamfjellet, Bodø
Norway

Omgamfjellet is located between Steinmofjellet and Skautua, and gives a spectacular view towards both Landego to the north and Soløyvannet and Børvasstindan to the south. It takes approx 2 hours to walk here from Løpsfjellet, including a steep descent and a VERY steep ascent through Bertnesskardet.

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Tags: omgamfjellet; bodø; landego; mountain; sun; summer
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