Iskjørkja in Fåvang in Tromsa valley, Norway, is a spectacular ice cave formation, you need to visit.
Fluffy snow, sparkling fairy lights, fire crackling in the wooden houses. The magic of silence, outdoor winter activities, Christmas markets, and comfort food. Oslo in winter is a magical city. Find out the best things to do in Oslo in winter. Continue reading “Fun & Unique Things to Do in Oslo in Winter (By a Local)”
Wintertime in Norway means frozen sea and lakes, which creates great opportunities for ice skating and walking. Especially in Norway’s capital, there are many lakes and fjords that offer that possibility, apart from man-made ice rinks. Check the details for ice skating in Oslo, and safe ice skating in Norway on frozen fjords and lakes.
Staying in a traditional rustic cabin in Norway (or as locals call it “hytte” in Norway) is a true Scandinavian way of traveling. There are many amazing cabins in Norway to choose from. Below, I share with you a carefully selected cabins in Norway for your next trip, that won’t cost millions!
Wondering what to pack for Norway in winter with the best Norway winter clothing to survive the Scandinavian cold? Like, what do you actually wear so you don’t freeze to death and still be able to walk and not roll on the snow overloaded with clothes? Below I share with you my winter packing list for Norway based on me living in Norway, travelling and surviving two long (the third one is coming) winters in the country of the frozen land.
Autumn in Norway might not be the most popular time of the year for tourists, but this appears to be a good thing. Bright autumn colours, crisp clear air, empty hiking trails, delicious fresh autumn produce and the Norwegian way of cosy feeling of “kos”, makes Norway in autumn a place like no other.Continue reading “Norway In Autumn – Weather, Activities, Clothing, Events + More”
Would you like to go on an unforgettable adventure filled with adrenaline and stunning views? Then trying via Ferrata in Norway must be on your list! Apart from climbing the iron paths in the mountains, you can find numerous other adventurous activities and viewpoints in Norway that will make your heart beat faster. Check out the list below and start planning a new adventure.
Trolltunga, the iconic rock in Norway is known for its stunning views, long trail, and well, tourists. The popularity of Trolltunga hike makes the trail busy, especially in the high season. Luckily, there is another way of hiking Trolltunga and admiring the views – by climbing the wall of Trolltunga via Ferrata. And you don’t even have to have any climbing experience! It’s an adventurous off the beaten way of getting to the famous rock and so much fun. Check out how you can climb Trolltunga via Ferrata yourself.
It’s not a secret, that Flam (or Flåm in Norwegian) is one of the most popular fjord destinations in Norway. It’s a part of famous Norway in a Nutshell tour and a common stop for the cruise ships. This doesn’t mean, that you won’t find interesting and unique things to do in Flam. In this article, I share with you all the top things to do in Flam and the area.
Welcome to the region of alpine peaks and narrow fjords. The place when you can climb a snow-covered mountain in the morning and swim in the sea in the afternoon. The area where you can find hidden Hjørundfjord swing, and watch the mountains rising up to 1,700 meters straight from the sea. Sunnmøre Alps (Sunnmore Alps in English or Sunnmørsalpane in Norwegian), in western Norway, is a must-see for any outdoors lover.