Grotli Hotel Skjak

Address: 2695 Grotli Norway, Skjak, Lom Municipality, Oppland, Eastern Norway, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2695 Grotli Norway, Skjak.
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    Salzkammergut of the North

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 26, 2014

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    We continued across a high arctic plain, past impossibly deep lakes (including the deepest in Europe) and just below the lips of several glaciers. We stopped for lunch at a hillside lodge, from where we made an easy hike right to the top of a waterfall that cascaded all the way down to the valley floor below us.

    As we got lower and lower, and started to pass a series of small ...

    Day 10 - Geirangerfjord

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... any cruise ships in today (except for the Hurtigruten which stops in briefly at lunchtime, but that's quite small compared to some). In the afternoon I went on the ferry down to Hellesylt, which is a much quieter village at the other end of the Geirangerfjord. Although Geiranger is 82km from the sea, the Geirangerfjord itself is only 16km long. It's a UNESCO world heritage site, like Bryggen, not only for it's natural beauty but also for the preservation ...

    Day 9 - Geiranger and Storsæterfossen

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... previous comment regarding patheticness and hills) but I managed to reach the waterfall in under two hours, which I was pretty pleased with. This was despite my encounter with two burly, all-over tanned (from what I could tell, which was quite a lot) Norwegians who were shouting something about it being "stengt" as they ran past me. I had spent enough time in Oslo on a Sunday to know what "stengt" meant so I did my "haha so funny" eye roll and ...


    A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... some almost round. Returned to the ship and later stood on the bow as we sailed through the steep sided waterway with dozens of beautiful waterfalls all with legendary stories. Tiny abandoned farmlets cling to the edges in challenging positions. It's extraordinary how folks would even consider living in such precarious and remote ...

    Shut up legs!

    A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Aug 27, 2013

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    ... after the first wrong turn about 10m in. He was so lovely and even filled up our water bottles when we got back down. At the top of the trek there was another stunning lookout with views over the Fjaerfjord and Boyabreen arm of the glacier. From here we drove to the cute and tiny town of Olden.

    Olden - In Olden we did yet another walk to a viewpoint over the Nordfjord which was once again stunning. Up top we met some strange yet friendly mountain dwelling folk and ...