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View over Bodø from Ravnflåget. Bodø, Norway
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Once a year a trekking march is arranged in Bodø, participants walk their choise of 3 or 7 mountain peaks surrounding Bodø. Normally around 4000 people do this march every year (depending on the weather). This is the view from one of the smallest peaks; Ravnflåget during the march in 2009.

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