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Kandersteg: cross-plateau skiing

Kandersteg is a tiny town on the Bernese mountains at approx. 1,200 m.s.l, famous for the amounts of peaks around its plateau and cross country skiing.

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Skiing at the base of Oeschinenhorn (3,486 m.s.l.)

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Skiing along the Kander river

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Through the town of Kandersteg

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The Bire peak (2,502 m.s.l.) and the majestic Blüemlisalp (3,661 m.s.l.)

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Towards Innerer Fisistock (2,787 m.s.l.)

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Posted by lorenzoborghi on February 8, 2015
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  1. 02/8/2015

    Lorenzo

    Great looking pictures. My favorite is the one with the creek. In all of them, the mountains in the back ground look majestic!

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 02/9/2015

      Thanks Jim, sunrise is quite late because of the crowning peaks there, so end of February is probably a better time to enjoy this location in the sunlight. I got a peak of visits today from Canada, did you set artborghi.com as homepage in an internet cafe’? 😀

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  2. 02/11/2015

    Wonderful!

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