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Buarbreen, Odda

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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Buarbreen or Buerbreen is a glacier in the municipality of Odda in Hordaland county, Norway. It is an offshoot of the large Folgefonna glacier. The small glacial arm reaches down into the Buerdalen valley, just southwest of the town of Odda. The glacier is split into two parts, one on either side of a small mountain peak. Both sides drain into the Jordalselvi river which flows out through the valley into the lake Sandvinvatnet.
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  • We did this treck on a rainy day and was still well worth it. It took us longer then the 4 hours suggested but that was mainly due to wet ground. Its a really varied climb going through woods, over ro...  read more »
  • Very very zaujimava tura to ladovcu over the place buer. Samotny ladovec is accessible only with a horskym leader.
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  • Wow, what a place. Hike completed as a brief excursion on the way from Preikestolen to Eidfjord but turned out to be one of the highlights of our 2 week stay. The walk is relatively short, about 2.5 h...  read more »
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