The days never end here and the sun permanently shines. Norway is the place where you can spot the Northern Lights – one of the most spectacular natural light shows on earth. But everyone knows that. We’re here to tell you the most unusual and cool things that you can do in Norway.
- Mount Floyen:A 399 metre summit that overlooks the beautiful city of Bergen giving you the best views. You can trek, mountain bike all the way to the top or take the funicular railway which takes 8 minutes and affords you views over Bergen and its notable fjords.Right up top, there is a lookout area where you can marvel at the beauty of the city. Don’t forget to try out the Floyen Folk Restaurant when you go there – the local food combined with the traditional setting make it a must visit.
- Troll’s Tongue:
“Troll’s Tongue” sticks out of a vertical mountainside above a 2,300 feet drop and was made thousands of years ago from a glacier freezing a rock. There is no safety rail so tread lightly. The scenic cliff offers a magnificent view of lake Ringedalsvatnet in Skjeggedal.
- Kjeragbolten- A boulder wedged in a mountain crevasse by the edge of the Kjerag mountain in Lysefjord, near Stavanger. It is around 5 cubic meter in size and suspended above 984-meter deep abyss.Don’t let the image deceive you, it’s easily accessible on foot without any special equipment, popular for base jumping
- Nigardsbreen Ice Cave
This pristine ice cave is found beneath the Jostedal Glacier National Park. It is also known as the ‘ice cathedral’. The opening of the cave is just 5 metres but inside opens up to about 8 metres high, 30 metres deep and 20 meters wide. The cave’s appearance is never constant – it has a deep crystalline blues and the ceiling has large icicles.