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A Week in Norway The Vidden Hike (Ulriken to Fløyen)

The Vidden Hike (Ulriken to Fløyen) map link Find interpreters in Bergen, Norway: A Week in Norway. Bergen Author: Anatoly Zolotkov Equipment used: Canon 5D MkII with Flycam HD 3000 camera stabilizer, Canon EF 16-35mm and Zenitar-M2.8/16 Fisheye lenses, Panasonic HC-X920. Background Music Credits: ► Marcus Neely — Inspirational, Promo Presentation Music (Royalty Free) Marcus Neely YouTube Channel Music by Marcus ► Avalon — Midnight Stroll SoundCloud - Facebook - The audience - ► Misael Gauna — Paradise Facebook - YouTube - Twitter - Amazon - iTunes - TrackItDown - Beatport - ► Free Background Music Website - YouTube - Facebook - Twitter - Google+ - Keywords: the city of seven mountains, Ulriken, Fløyen, Løvstakken, Damsgårdsfjellet, Crimea, Russia, mountainous landscape, Severomorsk, 15-kilometer hike, Mount Ulriken , Mount Fløyen, Ulriken Cable Car, Ulriken double-decker bus, Tourist Information Center, Vidden Trail, mountain lakes, fjords, mountains, Ulriken TV tower, stone cairns, sheep, Turnerhytten, canyon, ascent, descent, drinking water reservoir lakes, Fløibanen funicular, communication tower, adrenaline-seekers, paragliding, rocky path, viewing platform, panoramic view of Bergen, Fish Market, Bryggen wharf, kindergarten at the top of Mt. Fløyen. Mt. Ulriken to Mt. Floyen trail.

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