Gudbrandsjuvet, Valldola River | Norway (by Jonas Lang)

The Gudbrandsjuvet, a a 5 metre narrow and metre high ravine of the Valldøla River. Our overnight accommodation was only 30 metres away - louder than a motorway ;

You wouldn´t expect to see that in Northern Norway, would you? Since spring has been extremely mild this year, everything was growing and had its full colours when I was on Lofoten. Already missing...

You wouldn´t expect to see that in Northern Norway, would you? Since spring has been extremely mild this year, everything was growing and had its full colours when I was on Lofoten. Already missing.

The end of the viewing platform at Trollstigplatået - Romsdalen – Geiranger Fjord, Norway (2010);  designed by Reiulf Ramstad Architects;  photo by Landezine

Trollstigplatået by Reiulf Ramstad Architects « Landscape Architecture Works

Trondheim, Norway, is of course historic, Trondheim was the ACTUAL capital of Norway. The city was founded by the Vikings in 997 (yes, that’s right kids, this city celebrated its THOUSAND YEAR anniversary in 1997), and served as the capital of Viking Norway up until 1217.

Why You Should Add Trondheim to Your Norway Itinerary

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