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On a ridge to the Sautinden peak in Norway, a rather easy walking-tour from Laupstad to the top (about 596 m). The mountain is not very steep, the only trouble is to find the walking path by the 847 street, since it’s beginning is unmarked. But the view from the top is as usual worth the effort, because you can see three fjords at once. Chances also are that you stay alone in the landscape all day long, let alone the sheep. 

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