It’s been many months since we really made any progress northwards, but now we are walking straight north and making good progress. The weather is relatively good and we can’t complain much since it’s late autumn and things could be much worse. The winter showed itself for a day or two, but the snow disappeared … Continue reading Going north
The day has been perfect and we are finally back in camp after reaching the Swedish border. We are staying in the camp at the base of Storsylen for one more night before we start heading north. As a fitting conclusion to this milestone achievement, the aurora showed itself to us for the first time on … Continue reading Aurora
Today we officially got to the Swedish border and therefore we have now crossed the width of Norway. This final step maybe sound easy, but the border is situated on the top of a mountain called Stor Sylen. It is a steep 3 hours hike to get to the top, but the view is well … Continue reading Officially crossed the width of Norway
We are now camping just a few hundred meters from the border to Sweden. On this soon to be crowning achievement, two journalists are joining us for two days. These are not the local newspaper journalists, but they are from the most renowned newspaper in Norway; Dagens Næringsliv. They are making a story for their … Continue reading Interview and great food
A few days rest in Hessdalen did us good, re-energized, we now steam ahead towards the Swedish border. An old work colleague and friend of Anders, joined us for this next, soon to be epic achievement; Crossing the width of Norway!
In a remote valley in Norway there is a world leading science project going on. For many decades there have been sightings of unexplained lights throughout the valley of Hessdalen. In 1983 a science project was established to look in to these strange phenomenon’s and since then there have been hundreds of documented sightings (both … Continue reading UFO’s and great friends
Norway still has surprises for us and this time it’s a national park that we did not know about. Not as mystical and special as Knutshø, but still it’s an amazing place with many of the same features as Knutshø. We have not seen any wild reindeer for the last weeks that we have been … Continue reading Forolhogna national park