Naeroyfjorden is a part of the world heritage and it is really beautiful. Naeroy means narrow and it really was.
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Packing the kayaks in Gudvangen. The surroundings was already impressive.
We went crusing in a pleasent pace with our rental kayaks.
The Guide Ellen is having a look at the high mountains.
A stop and watch at the Church in the remote village of Bakka.
Naeroy means narrow 🙂
A stop at one of all the waterfalls
There is still snow at the top of the mountains and it is the longest day of the year.
the family is doing the dishes with a decent view
Alessandro, the youngest of the siblings is getting ashore.
Late evening hike on the mountain we found an old abandoned cottage…
… were the time seems to have been standing still since 1964
The second day starts with a nice sunrise but it was really early…
We went up to the top of the mountains on our second day. A long walk in beautiful surroundings.
At the top of the ridge we went through a snow field before reaching the edge.
James is having a look close to the edge. It’s just about 800 meters (approx 2600 feet) down to the surface.
paddling on a mirror
James is paddling
Shannon is paddling
the reflections was stunning
Thanks to the guide Ellen and to the Sprouls. I had and excellent time. Not only the surroundings was excellent.