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... mountain, here the landscape changed completely. It was mainly loose stones and one had to find the track through these stones. Rondane is a park that was formed during the last ice times and hence has a lot of mountains that have stones sliding down, and coming together in the valley. Somewhere near a nice river on a flat stone we had lunch and the daily selfie time.
Then we continued to the furthest point on our trip. I thought I ...
... breakfast together with some locals who were more than happy to give us some explanation about everything we ate.
Since the weather was not fabulous we decided not to take the famous Bessenger hike over the mountain but follow route 55 (yes one of these 18) which goes through the glaciers of Jotumheimen and crossed a number of national parks.
We started of in Lom where they have a famous Stavekirke ...
... the room. The soup was excellent though and we still had some Cava for the evening from our tax-free trip from Denmark to Norway – unfortunately the car wine cellar is empty now. Back at our home, we had a good bottle of bubbles with some cheese and salami produced at the farm where we eat. It was excellent.
Ready for another 30 years….
(As we have no internet in the house - pictures will follow later)
... along specially cut roads in the deep snow. The snow is higher than the roofs of these shops and standing here in this snow walled area with the sun beating down is simply boiling.
Finally after stopping about 50 or so times and taking a few hundred photos I start heading down the North side of the pass. The snow gets less and less and the rivers and lakes become more water than ice and eventually I arrive at the junction to the main A15 road.
... we stayed at in Ringebu is called the Spidsbergseter Gudbrandsdal Hotel (try saying that fast five times, or even once!). This is the place with the stuffed musk ox in the bar. I have included some pictures. This area is popular for Norwegians who like to hike and walk the trails here and many residents from Lillihammer and Oslo own summer homes in Ringebu.
Just outside the town of Ringebu we visited the ...