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Crossing the Styggebreen glacier to Galdh�piggen : Stock Photo
Galdh�piggen (English: Galdh� Peak) is the highest mountain in Norway, Scandinavia and Northern Europe, at 2,469 m (8,100 ft) above sea level.

Crossing the Styggebreen glacier to Galdh�piggen

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Frans Sellies
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Galdh�piggen (English: Galdh� Peak) is the highest mountain in Norway, Scandinavia and Northern Europe, at 2,469 m (8,100 ft) above sea level.
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