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View from the top of Galdhøpiggen - Norway
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Galdhøpiggen, 2469m, is the highest mountain in Scandinavia. It dominates the northern end of the glacier covered massif. Galdhøpiggen is almost entirely surrounded by three glaciers with only the three ridges separating these glaciers being ice free. It was first climbed in 1850 by three local men from Lom...

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