There’s no doubt about it – Norway is one of the most strikingly beautiful destinations in the world. So it should come as no surprise that I’m showing her off glamour shots style. Those sheer face cliffs, the mystique, the emerald greens and glacial blues, a hint of danger… the makings of a
Maxim NatGeo Hot 100 chart topper. *sizzle*
Touring the Scandinavian stunner on wheels meant we got to capture winning images at our leisure (hooray for roadside lookouts!) not to mention the knockout views we came upon time and again during our epic hikes.
The variety and sheer grandeur of scenery in fjord Norway – from lush valleys to icy peaks – had us doing double takes. At times it felt like Switzerland or Ireland, and even extraterrestrial Iceland. Her shifty landscape personas kept us on the edge of our seats thinking, “What’s next around the craggy bend?”
The cheeky siren she is, Norway didn’t disappoint but left us wishing for more.
They should call this place the land of a thousand waterfalls because, you guessed it, they are everywhere. And next to roadways, I might add.
Oh, nbd, just the oldest Stave Church in all of Norway.
Just a little head-on-shoulder action to take it all in.
The highest viewpoint of a fjord from a road (or something like that).
Just being adventurous in storybook-gorgeous Norway. Oh, and… glacier (again)!
It took everything in me not to commandeer in this kayak and paddle down Geirangerfjord.
Just in case you didn’t get enough of Kjeragbolten in that other post. 😉
One of the coolest viewpoints in the history of man made lookout structures.
Oslo does gardens (and symmetry) very well.
See that tiny speck hanging from a parachute? That’s Michael! More to come on that soon…You can literally drink like a thirsty puppy from that river. Freshy-fresh and oh-so good.
Meet Alesund, the Art Nouveau town of Norway that was entirely rebuilt in 3 years after a fire in the early 1900s. Pretty, huh?
And arguably even more lovely from up here.
Another waterfall – just in case you didn’t believe me. I’ll keep you in suspense and spare you the other 10.They say this is the most beautiful fjord in Norway. What do you think? Not your average roadside view.I could stare at this all day.
The end! Now go and take a few of your own. 🙂 I promise, it’s worth it.
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