Friday, September 30, 2016

See Norway’s Largest Remaining Viking Church- Heddal

This is the biggest medieval stave church that remains in Norway and it’s a beauty! As a surprise detour on a roadtrip through some of the south west of Norway, I was delighted when a sharp turn off the road, we didn’t spot it despite all the signs until we almost missed the turn off, […]

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Grab the Front Row Seat exploring Norway’s Mystical Waters by Kayak

Stunning landscape. You. Freedom to go wherever you want. Welcome to Norway. A photo posted by Norsk Natur🇳🇴Norwegian Nature (@norsknatur) on Jul 11, 2016 at 6:31am PDT Kayaking in the most stunning areas #ilovenorway #midnightsunexperience #kayaknorway #kajakk #sommarøy A photo posted by Silje-Kristin Jensen (@sealyeh) on Jul 3, 2014 at 4:33pm PDT   With all […]

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Monday, September 26, 2016

Kayak the Absolute Stunning Waters in Bø Nordland

Hello beautiful. I might be biased because I am personally obsessed with this area. I have been strongly STRONGLY hinting to go to Lofoten basically every two months. I’m assured it will happen, but honestly, if it were up to me, I would book a plane ticket there now. A photo posted by Tomasz Furmanek […]

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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Hook Monster Fish in Norway like a Pro!

Norway is known for their fish. Usually it’s more about eating them, like their salmon or other delicious cuisine, but for the anglers in the know, Norway is a fishing haven. The beautiful islands of Lofoten is known for being the cod capital of the world. Telemark sees more trout. Habilit, monkfish, and many other varieties […]

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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Whales Within Reach in This Safari Excusrion

Tromsø is a special city. Not only is it the gateway to the Artic, lying above the arctic circle itself, it also one of the best places in Norway, and the world, to see the Northern Lights. A photo posted by MSC Cruises Official (@msccruisesofficial) on Jul 7, 2016 at 12:41am PDT What do you […]

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Scaling Rocks and Hanging on for dear life in Flatanger

Not for the fainthearted. Climbing up all those beautiful jagged rocks that make up Norway’s landscape is no easy feat. However, never one to shy away from nature, or a challenge, Norwegians are avid rock climbers and are attacking other climbing enthusiast from around the world, like in this video. I don’t know what rock […]

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Friday, September 16, 2016

Visiting With our Neighbour Mr. Polar Bear

Up in Northern Norway, past the article circle and close to the North Pole lies the kingdom of ice and polar bears. A beautiful place that boast more poplar bears than humans has a host of activities if going on a bear exploration is a bit too extreme. We personally went on an excursion to […]

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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

See why Norwegians Win so Many Medals in Their Extreme Sports Week

When you live in a country that faces extreme cold, extreme fjords, extreme views, amazing hikes.  Well, you get the picture, the country takes things to a new level and no where is that more evident than in Voss during their extreme sports week. Just take a look One of the most epic pictures from […]

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Take in the Countryside While Floating Down in Voss

Soar in the sky and take in the beauty of the country! In Voss, the adventure capital of Norway, you are treated with views of water, fjords, and mountains. What more can you really ask for? #paragliding#paraglidingnorway#hardlifeonthemountains#apco#apcokarma#apcospark A photo posted by Birgitte Benning (@bunnythekidd) on Apr 20, 2016 at 2:17pm PDT #tandem #tandemskydive #tandemjump #colourfullcapture […]

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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Can you Hang On Through These Rapids?

Look at them go! Norwegians aren’t the only ones taking advantage of the beautiful nature this country has to offer. Known as the sports capital of Norway, it is easy to see why adventurers come to get a bit of adrenaline as well as beauty. A photo posted by Logan Borgeson (@nagolnosegrob) on Jun 15, […]

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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Try Paraguilding Over Norway’s Best Spot

Get some adventure in your bones while soaring over what is arguably some of the most beautiful landscape in the world. Base jumping if pretty popular at the scenic spots of Pulpit Rock and Kjerg, but for a leasuirly glide, I can’t think of many more places deserving of awe than this area in Norway. […]

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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Norway’s Mesmerizing Beauty Will Leave You Speechless

Norway is a wide wonderful country of beauty. From the being the number one destination in the world according to National Geographic for their stunning fjords, listening to the music in Bergen, or seeing the impossibly beautiful islands of Lofoten. A photo posted by jennifer la fil (@jennifer_la_fil) on Jul 11, 2016 at 3:25am PDT A Saturday […]

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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Cast a Line in Telemark- Trout Capital of Norway

Fishing has always played such a large part in Norwegian culture. From the beautiful Lofoten Islands, sustained by being the cod capital of the world, to the famous salmon that is a staple of Norwegian cuisine. It is no surprise that a country with such vast water ways gives fish the room to grow and […]

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Friday, September 2, 2016

Cut Through the Waters of Telemark on Jet Skis

Telemark is looking more and more like a popular place to take in some water sports activities. From kayaking, jet skiing, or cruises down the waterways might this be the new Voss in terms of extreme sports? Popular with fishing, beautiful cabins, and mountain landscape, more and more people are heading inward to this location […]

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