Panorama taken from a sight seeing tower near the top of Vuokatinvaara in Vuokatti, Finland during a very cold (-30 C) and snowy winter day. The location is between downhill ski paths and is next to a ski jump platform (seen north east). The view down shows a section of the village of Vuokatti and nearby lakes.

To the east you can see a 323m tall radio and TV mast, the tallest structure in the Kainuu region.

Copyright: Antti Kallio
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20000x10000
Uploaded: 10/02/2013
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: mountain; winter; snow
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