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    Quote Originally Posted by EL PRESIDENTE View Post
    Kjeragbolten? Haha that is for the kids - watch THIS:

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    Shit, same here.
    I am to clumsy to even try to go there.
    Just browsed the forums a little, as the TG ticket sale isen't that far away, just a couple of months or so

    If I walked there, then I would have been one of those that will die.

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    Holy crap! I get wimsy from just walking close to edges. That fact besides though, I have been to both Preikestolen and on the top of Galdhøpiggen.

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    We were at Briksdalsbreen, unfortunately there are no guided glacier tours. Maybe I will try again at Nigardsbreen in the south. But not in 2009. Next year I will spend my holidays in the US
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    Should be a cool place to basejump from :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EL PRESIDENTE View Post
    Kjeragbolten? Haha that is for the kids - watch THIS:
    http://www.yourdailymedia.com/media/...ountain_Walk_2
    Shit, son! I will never ... ever ... walk there ... I love my life too much. :\
    Damn ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EL PRESIDENTE View Post
    We were at Briksdalsbreen, unfortunately there are no guided glacier tours. Maybe I will try again at Nigardsbreen in the south. But not in 2009. Next year I will spend my holidays in the US
    I know Engabreen, a part of Svartisen has guided tours. I know it because this is where I origin from (my middle name is Svartis), and I have been on a tour on the glacier, really a terrific experience, I must say.
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    Well, Trondheim is the most northern point I ever visited until now. Maybe in 2010 I will come back to Norway and drive to the North Cape. I know that it is just a boring and expensive tourist destination but it is something I must have seen as a big fan of Norway. I would like to combine this trip with a long stop on the Lofoten.

    Then I will also have the chance to go to Engabreen nearby Svartisen :-)
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    If you drive from Trondheim, you will actually be able to see the Engabreen from the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EL PRESIDENTE View Post
    Well, Trondheim is the most northern point I ever visited until now. Maybe in 2010 I will come back to Norway and drive to the North Cape.
    Just remember that North Cape is not the norternmost place in Norway that is Knivskjellodden
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    Yes I now that the Cape is just a put-on for almost German tourists And the high entrance fees do suck! But it's a must-have-seen destination for me. I can't explain that - it simply is as it is Thanks anyway for your tipp. Is there an official way to walk or how can I get to Knivskjellodden?

    Do you have any idea at all in what great country you live??? As I wrote somewhere else I am so grateful for The Gathering because they are the reason I begun to be interested in Norway.

    PS: Did I already mention Norway does have the sweetest chicks in the world??

    PPS: I have just remembered the title of this thread. It's about Trolltunga, right?! Well I have been there for the second time. The "railway" was closed again. Nevertheless we walked up the hill. The only problem was that we started to late (after noon). We walked and walked and walked - but after 3 hours or so it became clear that we couldn't return before sunset if we went ahead. So we decided to return immediately It was a huge disappointment because Trolltunga was one of my major goals for this time in Noway. Better luck next time... The landscape is a dream up there. I made a panorama picture on the plateau:



    Many more pictures can be found here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by EL PRESIDENTE View Post
    Yes I now that the Cape is just a put-on for almost German tourists And the high entrance fees do suck! But it's a must-have-seen destination for me. I can't explain that - it simply is as it is Thanks anyway for your tipp. Is there an official way to walk or how can I get to Knivskjellodden?
    Don't know, I have never been there, but you can probebly find one on thise big spiderthing called internett.

    PS: Did I already mention Norway does have the sweetest chicks in the world??
    Hmm, I did belive that was Sweden?

    We walked and walked and walked - but after 3 hours or so it became clear that we couldn't return before sunset if we went ahead. So we decided to return immediately
    Wel, then your look about northern norway, if you go in the summer there is no SUNSET

    Thats pure magic
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