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Finally towards Galdhøpiggen!
Only happy faces so far.
The first pile of stones (but not the last).
On the way down Keilhaustoppen. Only about 100m left afterwards.
The Swedish flag finally on Norwegian ground.
Berra looks happy regardless the thin air!
A short break before the hike back to Spiterstulen.
View south towards Visdalen.
Now the climb begin.
You had to fill up all the water bottles in the last creak.
You have to select the right way.
Also the sheeps rested in the shadow.
Blue skyes and happy faces.
A glance back towards Visdalen.
The first snow.
Juvasshytta i far away.
Svellnose towards Keilhaus.
A short break at Svellnose.
Yet another picture from Svellnose.
Unshaved after some days outside.
A glance towards Svellnose.
From Keilhaus towards Galdhöpiggen.
Not many meters left.
Coffee time at the cottage.
Hansson looks satisfied.
Annika checks the surroundings.
This is the highest peak in Norway.
Berra watch the peaks.
We were not alone at the peak.
People from the glacier walk from Juvasshytta.
Also dogs wanted to see the peak.
It was pleasant in the sun.
Also a lot of young ones walked this route.
Real nice weather.
The relieve at the cottage.
Everyone had to move so the helicopter could land.
Yet many people on their way up.
The Adventure ice.
Our campsite on the other side of Spiterstulen.
Some have a guard dog with him.
Todays hike will be Galdhöpiggen.
Some new cold water is never wrong.
Almost immediately the birches disappear and the landscape opens up.
Do you think the climb up will start now?
A view to the south of the trail toward Gjendebu.
The weather was fantastic.
Who is out? (Think the color of the clothes) ...
Elvy takes the lead upwards.
The clouds eases.
Patch of blisters is never wrong.
All looks grim out.
A bit up the snow starts.
A short break in the nice weather is never wrong.
It was more than we who took the opportunity when the weather was fine.
It will probably go uphill for a while.
Amanda and Annica have done a little jerk.
Elvy at a brisk pace up.
Amanda enjoying the nice weather.
Where did the trail go?
Absolutely wonderful weather.
Hansson sees charged out.
Oh, what everyone sees tough out.
Mmm - Marabou! Genuine Swedish chocolate.
A little path was sometimes hidden amongst all the rocks.
Stony terrain ahead.
Lena enjoying the view.
Berra looks forward.
The top cottage could be seen far in the distance.
Several hundred walkers from Juvasshytta crossing the glacier.
This years best day in terms of weather?
Elvy and Amanda talk tactics before the last climb.
Hans-Thore with camera at the ready.
Who is most alert?
Berra and Hansson checking views.
Soon we finally arrived.
You have to take a lot of pictures now when the weather is good.
Whew! Finally up.
Many take the opportunity to catch some sun.
Some food and drink is also not wrong.
Even the dog enjoys the fine views.
Which comes from Norway do you think? (Hint, sandwiches)
The landlord ??earned serious money on cola sales.
More people on the way up.
Solar cells on the roof is probably the only thing that works here.
Full of people at the top.
Now Amanda think its time for some chocolate! Go Sweden!
Nice weather meant that many stayed long at the top.
Expensive Norwegian cola and some food is never wrong.
Hans-Thore and Elvy enjoying food and views.
Norwegian craftsmen (or maybe Swedish?)
Dinner break in the nice weather.
Why are all facing the same direction?
Bukkehöi on the other side glacier.
Todays youth must always fiddle with their phones.
There were plenty of spare seats a bit down from the top.
The view above the top cottage.
There was a telescope on top.
Soon time to start walking again.
I have been there, he surely says.
There were more peolpe enjoying the view.
Where should I sit?
The disc under the telescope shows where the peaks are.
There were a lot of children who took the opportunity to peek a little.
Annica and Lena on top.
Do you want some water?
Its probably rare with so many people on the top.
Annica and Ammanda looks happy.
Elvy and Hans-Thore are pleased with the scenery.
Take a step back... you can not fit in the picture!
Everything can be sold to prospective buyers.
Some friends from Varberg.
Finally on the way back down.
It goes downhill fast.
A short break before continuing downward.
Yet another picture from the top.
Elvy enjoying the view.
A pin for the children and and beers to the adults.
The dungarees went of.
The top is crowded with new people.
Hansson and Annica are happy with todays workout.
Now its just down to Spiterstulen.
Some people are young at heart.
Finally on solid ground again.
Who comes first down?
Hansson with firm steps on the way home.
It is important to follow the path so you dont disturb the vulnerable terrain.
Finally in the tent again.
Now its time to ventilate the shoes.
There were many who were hungry and wanted to help.
Some coffee after dinner.
Coffee and chocolate are a great combination.
Hansson shows pictures from his phone.
Our fine dining table in the tent.
The dishes are done and everyone is happy.
A color-happy tent lit up the environment.
The water in the river was polluted so we couldnt drink it.
A visit to the cottage in Spiterstulen.
The reception where you could buy almost anything.
The glacier guides told their stories to attract to some people for the next days hike.
Robust seating group on the terrace.
Card games in front of the fire place.
But wed rather drink beer and tell some jokes.
Some cream with milk may be the evenings final goal.