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Track to Preikestolen
Norway
Following the track to Preikestolen, I found this beautiful view. Here we areat about 1/4th of the whole distance. It's an easy climb with a good marked path.
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Uploaded: 13/06/2012
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Tags: preikestolen; mountain; lake; norway; hike; track
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