Given its latitude, Norway is absolutely ideal for setting your sights upon the Northern Lights. Read more about them here.
While pictured quite pristinely above, Værøy’s reality is quite a bit different. With a name that literally translates as harsh weather island, it’s fitting that the island serves as the setting in…
Marking the beginning of a fjord-filled trail in Sogn (the largest fjord in Norway and the third-longest fjord in the world), Gudvangen is host to nature at its most spectacular.
Despite the squat visions a troll connotes, Norway’s Trollveggen couldn’t present a more different reality. The tallest vertical rock face in Europe, the Troll Wall represents the height of athletic ambition for climbers and base jumpers alike.
Despite science’s ever-increasing understanding of the world in which we live, there are still certain elements outside of our comprehension. One would be what this videographer describes as “The Arctic Light”, a natural phenomenon that occurs in the springtime where sunrise and sunset convene to create one magnificent show of light and color in the world.