Varangerøya national park

We are going fast and hard, so to reach Vardø before the snow conditions become more awful than they already are. Rivers and streams are opening up almost beneath our feet as we go along. So we cover around 40 km each day, so to not become trapped by flooding rivers. In just 3 days … Continue reading Varangerøya national park

Land of the sami people

We have now nearly crossed Blåfjella–Skjækerfjella National Park and we are so lucky with the weather, only one day of really bad weather for the last week. For the most part we have had sunny blue skies and nice temperatures. We can feel the onset of winter, cause every day after sunset the temperature goes … Continue reading Land of the sami people

Going north

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

Forolhogna national park

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


After several days of walking, we have reached Dovrefjell national park. This is a marvelous place, with wide and flat valleys everywhere. The paths here are well used and the terrain makes it a very easy place to hike around in. Dovrefjell is also home to a large group of muskoxen and if you are … Continue reading Dovrefjell