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PanoTour with 360° Panoramas

Brattlidalen PanoTour as a virtual tour

Enjoy the virtual tour of famous Fredheim, we appreciate your feedback – if you like the tour, please forward the link to this page to others who might be interested!



Once you have entered the virtual tour, you can either use the map in the lower left corner to navigate, or the bar at the bottom, or click on symbols within the panos to enter the next one (only while the next location is visible, not always available). Or you can just let it play and it will automatically switch to the next pano after one turnaround. You can switch the sound off (upper right corner) if you wish, same with the explanatory text.

You can also view this virtual tour on iPads and other tablets if they are powerful enough and have an up-to-date systems software. On desktop systems, you can use both HTML5 or Flash.

The panoramas in detail

  1. Brattlidalen 1
  2. Brattlidalen 2
  3. Brattlidalen 3
  4. Brattlidalen 4
  5. Brattlidalen 5
  6. Brattlidalen 6
  7. Brattlidalen 7

Below further information on the various panoramas:

Brattlidalen 1

From the distance, Brattlidalen seems to be quite inconspicuous. You hardly see it, and it is easy just to pass it in miles’ distance unless you know what you miss unless you go and have a look.

Brattlidalen 2

You can get some hundred metres into Brattlidalen by snow mobile, which is how most people get here in the first place.

Brattlidalen 3

This small tributary valley to Sassendalen is soon so narrow that the snow mobiles have to be parked.

Brattlidalen 4

From here, it’s walking!

Brattlidalen 5

And now it is really getting narrow. Parts of Brattlidalen come in shape of a very narrow and steep canyon. Over thousands of years, a meltwater river has incised its bed into the hard bedrock, which forms steep or even overhanging walls right next to the river bed.

Brattlidalen 6

Then, the narrow canyon-section of Brattlidalen comes to a preliminary end. If you climb up a little, but steep snow slope – the site of a waterfall in summer – then you see Brattlidalen getting wider again.

Brattlidalen 7

Brattlidalen is leading many kilometres further into Coloradofjella, where it is forming a very impressive, but rather inaccessible canyon.


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last modification: 2018-06-03 · copyright: Rolf Stange