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Discussion in 'Europe' started by Friis, Jun 24, 2019.
Lower part of Romsdalen, Åndalsnes by the fiord
Romsdaleggen - a spectacular hike
Kjøde - close to Stad
Kvalheim - south of Stad
Kråkens fyr (lighthouse) - westernmost part of Norway
Very nice places and stunning pics . Interesting how similar are our Dolomites "Tabià" wooden huts used for storing forage
Some more pics of timberhouse.
Old hut that were used for tending the cattle in the mountain
An old farmhouse made of timber
Early morning hike
Mountains around Hjørundfjorden
Nordfjorden, on my way over Utvikfjellet
Baroniet i Rosendal. One of my favorite places
Preikestolen, the last Mission Impossible has a scene from here.
Roundabout inside the mountain by Hardangerbrigde
Breathtaking pics. This thread is a magnet to come back to, over and over. A huge thanks for posting !
Thank you for your feedback glitch_oz. I'm fortunate to live in this area.
South of Byrkjelo
Close to Balestrand
Detail of the stonechurch in Rosendal
That thread reminds me to several MC trips up to Norge. Four different old style Guzzi used for that in the recent 10 years. Many places visited, alot seen. But locals are in better situation, they can choose in depent to the weather, season. Tourists have to take what they can get in that short weeks of vacation.
for example: crossing Dovrefjell in rain (whatelse?)
view down to Oldenvatten
Stunning country, even though it’s a bit colder than our Aussie summers.
you just choosed the wrong place (altitude) at the wrong time
Where is the pic taken?
I’m not sure the exact location. We rode through Sweden and Finland to Nord Cap, I think this Lake was in Norway just south of the Arctic circle. It was early June 2012.
My office today, forrest work