Bremsnes Cave

hiking into Norway's largest cave along the majestic Atlantic Road

Location: 

Bremsnes, 6530 Averøy, Norway

Duration: 

Friday, August 21, 2015

Journey: 

Personal highlights

  1. Bremsnes Cave: with 80 meters not huge, but the largest of Norway
  2. History: archaeological findings show traces up to 10,000 years ago
  3. Legend: the people around the cave have been telling many stories
  4. Hiking: great place to hike a few hours and enjoy Norway
  5. Jounrey: on my way from Alesund to the Atlantic Road

Image sources

  1. Rocky area
  2. Entrance to the Cave
  3. Staring at local Sheep
  4. Modern rock carvings
  5. Nearby Oil Rig

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