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... Today there is a new, safer route that leads to the enormous Hardanger Mountain Plateau—the largest mountain plateau in Northern Europe and one of the few places in Norway where wild reindeer herds still live untended. Keep your eyes peeled; but they are elusive creatures, brilliantly camouflaged and, thus, are seldom seen. the Måbødalen Valley and stop at ...
... by own horn here: As most of you know I am allergic to exercise and have never, ever, gone on a mountain bike ride. Happy to do a short toodle around on smooth, level bitumen but have a history of falling straight over as soon as my wheels hit a softish bit of sand or a wobbly gravel path. So… like Giddo and his big bike – I leapt straight into the fire with this extreme sport version. Proud to say that I didn’t ...
Next stop was Haby, a beach on an island, with bridge, just south of Hunnebostrand. The place was desolate and wild, a little like a low-rise Dartmoor but with more rock. We spent three nights there in the end, exploring the little towns nearby and waiting for some promised wind - this is the last Swedish spot in our guide. Two of the evenings I went off for a mountain bike ride - it was challenging picking a path over the rocks but good fun in some great ...
It is seriously difficult to get a cursor in this box. This time I had to start in bullet style, then go back and start again. Sheesh!
So we woke up this morning in Finse after a rather pricey night in a very nice room. Breakfast was laid on for us at 7 am and a very nice brekky it was. Everything you could think of was there. We told the desk person that we were hoping to get to Flåm by noon ...
Big drive today. We started late as Jani slept in till sometime after 10 but I enjoyed a nice sunny morning enjoying the views of Lysebotn with the huge waterfall crashing down into the fjord nearby. The drive took us back towards Stavanger but we took the ferry before we got there at Lavvik to Oanes before driving north. We mostly followed highway 13 ...