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Snowkiting courses in Norway

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Hardangervidda (1.200 m) means endless plains, enclosed by six feet tall snow rinks linking Oslo with Bergen on the west coast. Almost never incessant wind is a powerful enemy for crews of snow plows and blowers. But for us- snow kiters, this place represents sort of Eldorado, which has no equivalent. You can ride tens of kilometers and meet a single wire, house nor a human.

Norway snowkiting trip 2019

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Hardangervidda (1.200 m) means endless plains, enclosed by six feet tall snow rinks linking Oslo with Bergen on the west coast. Almost never incessant wind is a powerful enemy for crews of snow plows and blowers. But for us- snow kiters, this place represents sort of Eldorado, which has no equivalent. You can ride tens of kilometers and meet a single wire, house nor a human.

Norway snowkiting trip 2019

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Join us for snowkiting in Norway, wind, snow, and incredible freedom. Norway promises the best snowkiting conditions at all ....

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Hardangervidda (1.200 m) means endless plains, enclosed by six feet tall snow rinks linking Oslo with Bergen on the west coast. Almost never incessant wind is a powerful enemy for crews of snow plows and blowers. But for us- snow kiters, this place represents sort of Eldorado, which has no equivalent. You can ride tens of kilometers and meet a single wire, house nor a human.

Norway snowkiting trip 2019

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Join us for snowkiting in Norway, wind, snow, and incredible freedom. Norway promises the best snowkiting conditions at all ....

Kiteseason

Hardangervidda (1.200 m) means endless plains, enclosed by six feet tall snow rinks linking Oslo with Bergen on the west coast. Almost never incessant wind is a powerful enemy for crews of snow plows and blowers. But for us- snow kiters, this place represents sort of Eldorado, which has no equivalent. You can ride tens of kilometers and meet a single wire, house nor a human.

Norway snowkiting trip 2019

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Hardangervidda (1.200 m) means endless plains, enclosed by six feet tall snow rinks linking Oslo with Bergen on the west coast. Almost never incessant wind is a powerful enemy for crews of snow plows and blowers. But for us- snow kiters, this place represents sort of Eldorado, which has no equivalent. You can ride tens of kilometers and meet a single wire, house nor a human.