From lovely forests and deep fjords to snow-capped mountains and cold, arctic tundra’s, Norway has everything for those folks who love the outdoors. They’re recently made their money beautiful, so it makes faultless sense that the rest of their country is striking as well. Norway is a geographical rarity because its length from north to south gives it one of the greatest varieties of environments in a single country in Europe from deciduous forests to arctic tundra’s. It should be a far colder and icier country than it is, but its temperatures are slightly regulated by the relatively warm North Atlantic and Norwegian currents. Nevertheless, its coasts are slashed by fjords that were carved by immense glaciers and ice sheets during the last ice age, giving its rugged northern coasts even more magnificent charm.

Preikestolen

Preikestolen

Odda

Odda

Morning in Norway

Morning in Norway

Lyseveien

Lyseveien

Lofoten Islands

Lofoten Islands

Lofoten Islands Fredvang Bridges

Lofoten Islands Fredvang Bridges

Hoyvika Beach o Andoya Vesteralen in Northern Norway

Hoyvika Beach o Andoya Vesteralen in Northern Norway

Glacier

Glacier

Geirangerfjord

Geirangerfjord

Bleik

Bleik

Autumn in Lofoten

Autumn in Lofoten

Senja

Senja

Roros Street

Roros Street

Renndolsetra

Renndolsetra

Reinebringen

Reinebringen

Reine

Reine

Ramberg

Ramberg

Svolvaer

Svolvaer

Senja

Senja

Senja

Senja

Trolltunga

Trolltunga

Trollstigen

Trollstigen

Vaeroy

Vaeroy

Originally posted 2015-09-07 17:13:05. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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