Lodges Jotunheimen National Park

Address: Postboks 32, 2684 Vaga , Oppland, Eastern Valleys, Norway | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Postboks 32, 2684 Vaga , Oppland.
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Travel Blogs from Oppland

A long hike

A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Aug 05, 2014

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... wherever we looked there were no good stones that would bring you from one side to the other, whatever we tried. Ultimately we made, although I had stepped into the water, luckily the shoes and socks were relatively waterproof and so we made it without too many issues.
On we went through a very flat landscape only accompanied by some sheep that belong to a farm somewhere far in the forrest.
Then we had a steep ascent to turn ...

Along route 55

A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Aug 04, 2014

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We did about half of the route, because otherwise we would have ended up on the other side of Norway where we started our holiday (close to Olden) and stopped on the way back near a Hytte called Sognefellethytte and walked into the land towards the glacier. We were only stopped by a river which if we had been daredevils, we could have crossed jumping from stone to stone, but didn't do so. But we were very close to ...

The long trip southwards

A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Aug 03, 2014

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... national park everything becomes again desolate and the roads wind up into the mountains. Strangely enough temperature dropped with 10 degrees moving from the north to south.

Other observation, Norway is probably the country with most Tesla cars in the world, without exaggerating you sees at least one of these cars every half an hour. There are plenty of them. Similarly, there is an abundance of old ...

Camping it up

A travel blog entry by stapes on Jul 27, 2014

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Picked up Dan from the airport, delighted to see a bottle of Johnnie Walker in his hand from duty free (good thing too as you can't buy anything stronger then 3.5% beer in Scandinavian supermarkets I was surprised to discover).

We headed straight towards Norway's most acclaimed National Park, Jotunheim. Stopped on the way for a lakeside lunch and tried to bring back the terrible Chris Tarrant ...

Camping and Glaciers in Norway

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 19, 2014

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... up to Folgefonn is very narrow (like room for 1 car) and steep at times. Much of the road just drops off into the abyss. After the tree line there is mostly tundra covered with green plants and there are lakes of all sizes everywhere.

The road to the glacier actually leads to a small ski resort, where people can ski all summer on the glacier. The snow/ice was being groomed while we were there.

At ...

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