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A mountain range of southern Norway rising to 2,469 m (8,100 ft).
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I have lived all my life by the Oslo fjord, and spent a fair amount of my childhood vacations in Delius's beloved mountain range, Jotunheimen, so I can follow his itineraries quite easily though I imagine the amount of detail may be somewhat overwhelming for readers not acquainted with Norwegian geography.
Long-Term Positive Adjustments to Seasonality: Consequences of Summer Tourism in the Jotunheimen Area, Norway.
They include clothes, weaponry, and even ancient skis, and more than 2,000 relics have been recovered from the Jotunheimen area and the surrounding mountains in Oppland.
But it's still not as deep as the height of the Jotunheimen mountains around us.
Matthews, "The vegetation of the Storbreen gletschervorfeld, Jotunheimen, Norway.
But last summer, there she was, trekking across Jotunheimen National Park in Norway with her son, daughter-in-law, two of her grandchildren and two family friends.
The six-day trip begins in the Jotunheimen mountain range and runs out along Sognefjorden, the world's longest fjord, to the islands along the west coast of Norway.
Holocene climatic change and tree-line response in Leirdalen, central Jotunheimen, south central Norway.
Slingsby took his sister Edith, who was also a climber, on a return expedition in 1875, and she recorded her experiences in An English Lady in Jotunheimen. Miss Edith A.
This was the Braemar's first visit to the town below Jotunheimen National Park and not only were the flags out, but also local schoolchildren and a band to welcome us ashore and on to our buses for the trip to the Nigardsbreen glacier.