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Climbing a Power Station in Norway

On the shore of Hardanger Fjord in western Norway is a majestic industrial ruin: "Tysso 1" was once the world's largest hydroelectric power plant. It was built in 1906 and shut down in 1989. But since 2009 it's been in use again -- as a rock climbing route. Mountain guides organize climbing tours along the old pipes in the summer months, and we tagged along.

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