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Summer Impressions From Levi

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With the train and Bus up North to Levi, to ride down the mountain on bikes, going hiking and having fun - that’s what we did this past week!

Sunny views over Levi

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Centre of Levi

The last time I was in Levi was in Winter - and I had a great time skiing its slopes and enjoying the views. Now it was summer in Levi, which, thanks to the hightening Climate Emergency, means we had several days where the Thermometer almost showed 30°C - so longsleeves and sunscreen were mandatory. Nevertheless, all four of us had a good time - on foot, on bikes and in the summer sleds! Here are our first impressions from the trip, the rest will follow in a couple of weeks =)

Pieto on Blue Groove

Riding them Berms

Riding on the good MTB Trails

Fireweed Sunset

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Chilling in the Evening Sun