TripAdvisor Reviews Fefor Ferienhauser Vinstra
Travel Blogs from Vinstra
Stopped for lunch at a Norwegian Burger place in Otta where there is a lovely statue of a young lady that warned the Norwegians that the Scots were on their way to invade. I'll have to do some research and add a bit of detail here. Pictures to follow
The following details are a compilation of some H2O experiences. The chronological order jumps around a bit… but it gives the highlights of some of our activities.
Our first exciting venture was to hike to our 1st glacier… one of the arms of Folgafonna Glacier which was yet another attempt of my darling husband to 'off me' via physical exertion. Merely a 3hr trek this time however ...
... our famous river. This time Hilde choose the difficult cross-over, i simply took out the shoes and walked through the water - good refreshment for the feet.
In exactly 7 hours we made the walk.
Tired but happy we did it we returned back to the home to start repacking for the last few days.
From here we leave the Norwegian nature for what it is and go back to the big city Oslo, before we return home by boat and car.
... highest points in Norway (1434 mtr) and as usual has all the hairpin bends, small streets etc. Very special here is certainly the vegetation which is different from what we have seen on the West coast. Much more snow still here and also many small ponds, small rivers, etc. Vegetation is mainly moss and small plants. During the drive we have seen many different glaciers, we even saw some people walking on some of ...
... Oslo and then take rt 15 to Vaga. E6 (European route number 6) is not what you expect or are used to in Belgium. Most of the time it is a 2 -lane road (1 lane for each direction), there is no 100 meters straight without bends and every so often there is surprise in the form of a narrow entrance, a long tunnel, red lights on the high way or roundabouts. Typical speed is between 60 and 80 km/h. Although there are a number ...
Other places to stay in Vinstra
at 930 meters elevation on the Peer Gynt road, Vinstra | 2 star hotelfrom $295