Svolvaer

Svolvaer

climbing the steep mountain overlooking the city and some of the Lofoten

Location: 

Svolvær, Norway

Duration: 

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Personal highlights

  1. Svolvær: important fishing village on the Lofoten archipelago
  2. Svolværgeita: standing firm in the North and overlooking the city
  3. Hiking: probably my longest solo hike on my European road trip
  4. Name: probably a combination of cool or chilly and fishing village
  5. Lofoten: driving all the way from Å north to the mainland Norway

Image sources

  1. Overlooking Svolvær
  2. Exhausted and happy climbing
  3. Looking down to the small houses
  4. Eeriely grown trees on Svolværgeita
  5. Mountains of Northern Lofoten

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