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Glacierwalking - Krossbu

Glacierwalking on the Bøverbreen glacier. This is Jotunheimen’s largest glacier.

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Glacierwalking on the Bøverbreen glacier. This is Jotunheimen’s largest glacier. We start the tour at 11 a..m from Krossbu Turiststasjon. Krossbu is situated along route 55, 45 minutes drive from the centre of Lom. Duration: from 4 to 6 hours. We need to be at least 3 persons. You need to bring warm and windproof clothes, a woollen hat and mittens, mountain boots, sunglasses, sun block and a packed lunch. Booking the evening before. Galcier equipment is included in the price.

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Glacierwalking - Krossbu

Glacierwalking on the Bøverbreen glacier. This is Jotunheimen’s largest glacier. We start the tour at 11 a..m from Krossbu Turiststasjon. Krossbu is...

Glacierwalking - Krossbu

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