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Southwestern Smorstabbtind
Norway

Southwestern Smørstabbtind (2045 m/6709 ft) is an easy accessible peak south of the Smørstabbreen glacier. Storebjørn (2222 m/7290 ft) is seen in the northeastern direction. The Hurrungane Mountains are seen in the southwest. These are some of the highest and most alpine mountains in Norway.

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

Copyright: Ola Heloe
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Taken: 03/04/2012
Uploaded: 10/06/2012
Updated: 25/04/2014
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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; hurrungane; alpine
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