39 Photos from an epic Norway Road Trip!
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An epic 4,500km road trip through Norway saw us fall in love with its spectacular scenery and incredible natural beauty. From waking up to stunning Fjordland views to the 24 hour sunlight in the Arctic Circle, Norway quickly stole our hearts. One million pictures have been narrowed down to 39 of our best Norway photos. Enjoy!
If you are planning a trip to Norway, check out the Norway itinerary which allowed us to capture the photos!
1 | Lysefjord
2 | Pulpit Rock
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3 | Fjord Views
4 | Steinsdalsfossen
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5 | Snow roads
6 | Lake Loen
7 | Kjeragbolten
8 | Don’t look down!
The view from standing on Kjerag
9 | Geirangerfjord: UNESCO No 1
10 | Nigardsbreen Glacier
11 | The Atlantic Road
It’s easy to see why this road was named one of the best in the world!
12 | The Atlantic Road: take 2
13 | Reflections
14 | Trollstigen, the “Trolls ladder”
15 | The Arctic Circle
Trust us, it was worth the 15 hour drive north! Check out our experience here
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16 | Hike Views
17 | Ferry Views
18 | Låtefossen
19 | The Midnight Sun
20 | Gudbrandsjuvet
21 | Bryggen, Bergen: UNESCO No 2
22 | The Nærøyfjord
23 | Cabin Views
24 | Turquoise Lakes
25 | Laerdal Tunnel
The longest road tunnel in the world is also one of the most beautiful on the inside!
26 | Borgund Stave Church
27 | Bridge Views
28 | Deserted Houses
29 | Urnes Stave Church: UNESCO No 3
30 | Snow Vibes
31 | Vega Island: UNESCO No 4
32 | The Vega Archipelago
33 | Trolls!
34 | More trolls!
35 | Røros Mining Town, UNESCO NO 5
36 | Ice Lakes
37 | Vigeland Park, Oslo
38 | Northern Norway
39 | Sunsets
There you have it: one country, 10 days, 4,500km, 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and more incredible memories than we could ever count summarised in 39 of our best Norway photos captured during our amazing road trip through the country. Say cheese!
If we missed anywhere awesome let us know in the comments!
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