Woman cross-country skiing - stock photo

A woman cross-country skiing in the Norefjell region of Norway. It's a form of skiing where skiers rely on their own strength to move through slow-covered terrain, rather than using ski lifts. It is widely practiced as a sport and leisure activity; however, it can also be for practical reasons. The name "ski" is an old Norse term which means "stick of wood". Skiing started a a means of traveling on the snow and has been done for at least 5000 years, and possibly longer by the Sami people.
A woman cross-country skiing in the Norefjell region of Norway. It's a form of skiing where skiers rely on their own strength to move through slow-covered terrain, rather than using ski lifts. It is widely practiced as a sport and leisure activity; however, it can also be for practical reasons. The name "ski" is an old Norse term which means "stick of wood". Skiing started a a means of traveling on the snow and has been done for at least 5000 years, and possibly longer by the Sami people.
Woman cross-country skiing
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Norefjell, Buskerud, Norway
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