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Driving from Moskenes to Å in Lofoten, Norway

From our family road trip 2017, 6270 km in 13 days.

 

 

 



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No. 14 Tromsø – Road trip with my daughter, arriving Tromsø

The last one from 2015 – No. 14
#Tromsø
#Nordkapp
#2015
#Norgesferie
#NorgePåLangs
#NorwayLengthwise
#Norway
#Travel
#RoadTrip
#MeAndMyVolvo

14 of 14 – “Norge på langs”

The summer of 2015 I and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.


 

 


Sorry for the bad quality from our Sony cam on this one, same problems that we have had on several of the videos.

This will be much better (I hope) in 2017 videos as long as we have invested in a Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 😉


Post photo from Tromsø (private)


 




 


#Nordkapp
#2015
#Norgesferie
#NorgePåLangs
#NorwayLengthwise
#Norge
#Norway
#Reise
#Travel
#RoadTrip
#MeAndMyVolvo
#Volvo
#Sommer
#Lindesnes

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No. 13 Lofoten – Road trip with my daughter, the way to Nordkapp

This is video number 13 of 14 from our road trip back in 2015.
Soon the ones from 2017 will be ready, hopefully they will have a higher quality.

 

13 of 14 – “Norge på langs”

The summer of 2015 I and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R-Design 1,6 diesel.

 


 

 


 

KM in total was 6080, the road trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp


 

Post photo from Lofoten (private)

 


 




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A bit late to inform, but here it is – We are going on a road trip!

Family Road Trip 2017
#Holidays

There has not been and will not be posted anything here the coming three weeks.

We are traveling in our family car, the Volvo V40 2014 R Design 🙂 This time the whole family are together for the Road Trip 2017, my daughter, my son and me.

If possible I might post some very simple posts from my cellphone, mostly photos then.

The Road Trip is planned to cover the whole of Norway, and a bit of Finland and Sweden, here below are the hashtags that will be used for the trip, so you can image that it will be some kilometers on the Volvo 🙂

 

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#Nordkapp
#2017
#Norgesferie
#NorgePåLangs
#NorwayLengthwise
#Norge
#Norway
#Reise
#Travel
#RoadTrip
#MeAndMyVolvo
#Volvo
#Sommer
#LGG6


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No. 12 Lofoten, Sandsletta – On the way to Nordkapp

“On our way to Nordkapp”
The video quality will improve on our 2017 road trip 🙂
#NewCamera

12 of 14 – “Norge på langs”

The summer of 2015 I and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R-Design 1,6 diesel.


 

 

 


KM in total was 6080, the road trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp


 

Post photo from Lofoten (private)

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No. 11 – Lofoten, Moskenes – Norway

No. 11 Lofoten, Moskenes – Road trip with my daughter on the way to Nordkapp

11 of 14 – “Norge på langs”

The summer of 2015 I and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R-Design 1,6 diesel.


 

 


KM in total was 6080, the road trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp


 

From “Visit Norway”

Lofoten:

Lofoten is known for excellent fishing, spectacular nature attractions such as the northern lights and the midnight sun, and small villages off the beaten track. Kayak between the islands, go fishing for the catch of your life or look for sea eagles soaring in the sky.

 

Learn more about Lofoten here.


READ  No. 10 - Saltdal, “On the way to Nordkapp”

 

 

 

Post photo of my daughter when we had a stop at “Å”

🙂

And yes, our family name is “Johnsen” 

🙂

 

Link to “Å”

 

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No. 9 Arctic Circle, from the road trip with my daughter – “On the way to Nordkapp”

Arctic Circle latitude depends on the Earth’s axial tilt, which fluctuates within a margin of 2° over a 40,000-year period, due to tidal forces resulting from the orbit of the Moon. 

9 of 14 – “Norge på langs”

The summer of 2015 I and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R-Design 1,6 diesel.

 

Arctic Circle crossed by E6 on Saltfjellet. The circle is not where Polarsirkelsenteret is located. The centre is firm, but the circle moves according to how the Earth’s angle to the sun is changing.


Fact; Arctic Circle location is, in reality, not fixed.  

As of 8 June 2017, it runs 66°33′46.7″ north of the Equator.


 

From Wikipedia about the “Arctic Circle”:

The Arctic Circle is the most northerly of the abstract five major circles of latitude as shown on maps of the Earth. It marks the northernmost point at which the noon sun is just visible on the northern winter solstice and the southernmost point at which the midnight sun is just visible on the northern summer solstice. The region north of this circle is known as the Arctic, and the zone just to the south is called the Northern Temperate Zone. North of the Arctic Circle, the sun is above the horizon for twenty-four continuous hours at least once per year (and therefore visible at midnight) and below the horizon for twenty-four continuous hours at least once per year (and therefore not visible at noon); this is also true within the equivalent polar circle in the Southern Hemisphere, the Antarctic Circle.

The position of the Arctic Circle is not fixed; as of 8 June 2017, it runs 66°33′46.7″ north of the Equator. Its latitude depends on the Earth’s axial tilt, which fluctuates within a margin of 2° over a 40,000-year period, due to tidal forces resulting from the orbit of the Moon. Consequently, the Arctic Circle is currently drifting northwards at a speed of about 15 metres (49 feet) per year.

 

Location:

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
66°34′N 000°00′E  Arctic Ocean Norwegian Sea
66°34′N 12°48′E  Norway Nordland County
66°34′N 15°31′E  Sweden Norrbotten County (Provinces of Lapland and Norrbotten)
66°34′N 23°51′E  Finland Lapland Region

 


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Testing the Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 again, this time in the tunnel

The 8.9-kilometer (5.5 mi) long Karmøy Tunnel.

 

 


 

Driving the 8.9-kilometer (5.5 mi) long Karmøy Tunnel, which connects the island of Karmøy with European Route E39 in Tysvær.
More about the T Link can be found at Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-Link

 





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First proper test of the VIRB in the car

Preparing for the 2017 vacation on the road in Norway.

Just for fun 😉

The video is recorded at Rennesøy in Rogaland, Norway.

 


The parish of Rennesøy was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838.

On 1 July 1884, the municipality was split in two with the islands of Mosterøy, Klosterøy, Fjøløy, Kvitsøy, and the western part of Åmøy forming the new municipality of Mosterøy, and the islands of Rennesøy and Brimse remained as Rennesøy municipality. This split left Rennesøy with 1,092 residents, less than half of its previous population. The island of Kvitsøy later became an independent municipality of its own.

On 1 July 1918, the Hanasand area of the neighboring municipality of Finnøy (population: 72) that was located on the island of Rennesøy was transferred to Rennesøy municipality.

On 1 January 1965 a series of municipality mergers took place across the whole country as a result of the work of the Schei Committee. On that date, the municipality of Mosterøy was merged back into Rennesøy. Prior to the merger, Rennesøy had 1,370 residents.

 

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No. 8 Atlanterhavsvegen – “On the way to Nordkapp”

The road looks more spectacular in bad weather, on this sunny day it was just ok.

The summer of 2015 me and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R Design 1,6 diesel.


This is video number 8 of 14 from our road trip back in 2015.
“Norge på langs”   –   “Norway lengthwise”

KM in total was 6080, the road trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp


Situated in Norway, The Atlantic Road (in Norwegian called Atlanterhavsveien or Atlanterhavsvegen) is a part of Norwegian national road 64 (Rv 64).

It is close to the cities Molde and Kristiansund in the modest part of the Norwegian coastline. It is ranked first on The Guardian’s list of the world’s best road trips!

This fantastic and spectacular road is a very popular tourist attraction. Both the local population and tourist visitors frequently use the road to go fishing for cod and other fish directly from the bridges. One of the bridges is special designed for fishing.

Read more at: http://www.theatlanticroad.com/

Location – GPS: 63.037399, 7.407159


Nokia Lumia 930 post photo is a privat photo from where we spent the night camping at:

Epost: post@lysoenrorbuer.no
Address: Ljøsøyveien 116, 6533 Averøy – Norway

Web page

Video from the same location in this blog post.


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No. 7 Trollstigen – On the way to Nordkapp

National Tourist Route Geiranger-Trollstigen runs from Langevatn to Strynefjellet and Sogge Bru in Romsdalen, a total distance of 104 km (Road 63).

The summer of 2015 me and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R Design 1,6 diesel.

 



KM in total was 6080, the road trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp

The drive along Trollstigen is undoubtedly more dramatic than most people are used to, but what is special about driving in Norway is that in fact people live just about everywhere. Even on the narrowest mountain ledge or small crag there will be a house. We are bound to the landscape and the natural surroundings through settlements that have offered us a livelihood throughout history. Geiranger-Trollstigen offers numerous highlights, and the eleven hairpin bends of Trollstigen as well as the view from Ørnesvingen down to the Geirangerfjord may set your pulse racing. Lush valleys, sheltered strawberry-growing areas, precipitous mountains and vantage points guaranteed to make you dizzy offer some of Norway’s most scenic views.

History

For several centuries the road was an important transport artery between Valldal and Åndalsnes, first as a path and then as a bridleway, until construction of the Trollstigvegen road started up in 1916. Parts of the original pack horse track are still visible and passable on foot. It’s an exciting alternative for everyone who would like to experience the road as it was in days of old.

Experiences

You will find some of the most sensational installations we have constructed on this stretch. Here, viewing points such as Ørnesvingen, Gudbrandsjuvet gorge and Flydalsjuvet gorge let you explore the natural surroundings in a unique manner. Taking the ferry on the Geirangerfjord will bring you up close to the well-known waterfalls of Dei Sju Systre, Friaren and Brudesløret while at the same time you will experience the most renowned fjord in the world – the Geirangerfjord, which is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

Read more at Nasjonale Turistveger:

 

 

 

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Trollstigen


 

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No. 6 – Gamle Strynefjellsvei – Road trip to Nordkapp

A hidden gem, this old touristic route.
Coming From Stryn on the FV 15, take the 258. It is indicated, but you have to pay attention.
#ntgamlestrynefjellsvegen 
#strynefjellsvegen 
#folven 

The summer of 2015 me and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.

To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south.

The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R Design 1,6 diesel.

KM in total was 6080, the road trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp


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From TripAdvisor:

Paula R:
Reviewed 13 August 2016

We have now gone through several of the historical roads this year. The Old Stryn Mountain road is a beautiful experience, traces of winter left, small mountain lakes with turquoise water, a narrow road stripped of green nature and adorned with stones that takes your breath away. We entered the road from the country of Oppland and drove towards Stryn, as one starts approaching the end of the road and descending, the majestic views of the mountain surrounding Stryn appear in front of your eyes, what follows is nothing less than magnificent, luscious and ever striking nature…

A true perfect Norwegian jewel among the crown nature jewels this country has.


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No.5 from our road trip to Nordkapp – Birkedalsbreen, Stryn

Summer of 2015.
Birkedalsbreen, Stryn – Road trip with my daughter on the way to Nordkapp

This is video number 5 of 14 from our road trip back in 2015.

“Norge på langs”   –   “Norway lengthwise”

 

The summer of 2015 me and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.
To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south. The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R Design 1,6 diesel.

 

About

Guests from all over the world come to visit this famous glacier arm set attractively between roaring waterfalls and high peaks. Briksdalsbreen is an arm of the great Jostedalsbreen Glacier, and located inside the Jostedalsbreen National Park. From 1200 meters the glacier plunges down into the beautiful Briksdalen Valley. See the Briksdalen valley by foot or catch a ride with one of the “Trollcars” up to the glacier.

In Briksdal you will find a restaurant, a large shop and an booking office for ” Troll car” trips.


 

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#Nordkapp

#Norway

#RoadTrip

#MeAndMyVolvo

#NorgePåLangs

#Trafikk

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Number 4: Olden – Road trip to Nordkapp

No. 4 Olden – Road trip with my daughter on the way to Nordkapp

This is video number 4 of 14 from our road trip back in 2015.

“Norge på langs”   –   “Norway lengthwise”

The summer of 2015 me and my daughter decided to drive from Stavanger in Norway, and all the way up to Nordkapp.
To make the trip “complete”, after visiting Nordkapp we also drove all the way down to Lindesnes in the south. The trip was done with our family car, the Volvo V40 R Design 1,6 diesel.
KM in total was approximately 6080 and the trip took 12 days.

#Nordkapp – #Olden

 


Video number 4 is from a place in Norway named “Olden”.

PS: Video number 3 was so “boring” that I left it alone on YouTube ?

 

About Olden on Wikipedia:

Olden is a village and urban area in the municipality of Stryn in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway. Olden is located at the mouth of the Oldeelva river at the northern end of the Oldedalen valley on the southern shore of the Nordfjorden. The 0.57-square-kilometre (140-acre) village has a population (2013) of 498, giving the village a population density of 874 inhabitants per square kilometer (2,260/sq mi).[1] Olden is located about 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) southwest of the village of Loen, about a 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) drive southeast of the municipal center of Stryn, and about 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) east of the village of Innvik.


 


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