View from Hopsfjell
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View from Hopsfjell

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View from the path leading to the Hopsfjell (402 meters above ocean). The Summit is seen from this viewpoint, along with a gorgeous view over Hopen and the Børvass Mountains. This path was used during the early 1900s to carry copper down from a nearby mine and to the shipping pier located where the path starts at sea level.

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