The peaks of Beiartindene, rising up above a fjord South of Bodø in Norhern Norway.
B737 winglet over Kvaløya, an island in Troms, Northern Norway, as seen on climbout from Tromsø southwards
Windy in the winter mountains
A windy day in the Dovre Mountains, Norway, with drifting snow around the peak
The valley Romsdalen, seen from the peak Blånebba, along the hiking route Romsdalseggen ("Romsdal Edge"). Romsdalshorn, the peak to left, is one of Norway's most popular climbing mountains.
Snøhetta, 2286 metres above msl, is the highest mountain in Dovrefjell, and the highest in Norway outside Jotunheimen
Lot of snow this winter in the mountains between East- and South West Norway. From Hovden, Setesdal.
Langvasstind and Larstind
The peaks Langvasstind and Larstind form a portal out of the valley Storstyggsvånådalen, which is the valley between Snøhetta and Svånåtindene. Made from 2 photos stitched together.
Hiking in Dovre Mountains
In the valley between Snøhetta and Svånåtindene, on our way to ascend Larstind. The mountain ahead is the highest peak of the Svånåtindene ridge, while the one to the far right is called Bruri ("The Bride").
Moon over Dovre mountains
Full moon over the winter landscape at Hjerkinn, in Dovre mountains, Norway
Winter in Tromsø
Twilight over Tromsø in Northern Norway, a winter afternoon in January
The first snow has appeared on the mountain tops in October. Aerial shot from the West coast of Norway, a few miles South of Ålesund, Sunnmøre. (The geotag position is approximate)
The sun shines on the mountains called Storstolpan and Finnkjerka, just before it disappears below the horizon. The peaks are among the many rugged mountains on Kvaløya, outside Tromsø.
Tromsø in the winter
The Romsdalen Alps, seen from Molde
From Tueneset, outside Ålesund
Mountains in the North Western Norway
Mountains in Nordland, with Vestfjorden and Lofoten in the background
Tromsøysund bridge, Tromsdalen church and Tromsdalstinden
View from Fløya in Tromsø. The highest mountain visible is Store Blåmann.
Svånåtindene, seen from Hjerkinn
The marsh Fokstumyra, a nature reseve known for it's rich birdlife, in the Dovre Mountains
T-marked hiking trail on the Southern side of Snøhetta. The Norwegian Tourist Association (Den Norske Turistforening - DNT) maintains and extensive network of T-marked hiking trails in the Norwegian mountain areas.
On the Eastern summit of Snøhetta
Winter in Tromsø - B&W
B&W version of Tromsø
Utsikt fra Kaståsen
Kustein, fra Kaståsen