I found some GPS tracks of Norgwegian gravel roads, it wasn't difficult to convince a friend to come along for a few days of riding. Day 1, Gothenburg-Höljes Nothing interesting to report, paved roads up to the Norwegian border. Day 2, Höljes-Koppang Entering Norway There has been a drought in Scandinavia for a while now. I can't remember it ever being this dry, the road dust gets everywhere. Went for a swim. The very long gravel road on the west side of Storsjøen was beautiful. Stopped to let some air out of my tires to stop them from bouncing on the rocks. Very nice day, still pretty flat part of Norway, mountains should come tomorrow. Day 3, Koppang-Grimsbu In Norway you can rent one of these small cabins (hytter) for a very reasonable 450NOK ($55) they are everywhere. Petrol can be scarce, fill up when you can :) Same goes for food. Typical roadside food is tasty and nourishing, 165NOK ($20) If only we had a ramp to jump on... Going up Tronfjell, Norways second highest road. (1666 meters) Top part was under construction and off limits. Luckily no one was there to stop us. Gotta get to the absolute top! We hurried down before getting drenched. Pad thai, 179NOK ($22) Norway is very expensive. This dinner would have been 85SEK ($9.50) in Sweden.