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Heggmotinden (798 meters above the ocean), in Bodø, Norway. This is from the early stages of the ascent past the swampy fields below. The full trip to the summit is not very long, but the ascent over the rocks is steep and slippery if wet. Sjunkhatten National Park starts just where the military shooting field below ends, and has a variety of geological curiosities.
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