Here are some best places to visit in Norway. Very fewer people know about these places.
This glacier lives about 19 miles north of the village guap. It is the largest glacier in continental Europe called the jaw style Verena glacier. Once you get to the base of the glacier you’re kitted out with crampons and ice pick and a harness. It is impossible to climb ice without crampons and they actually, come with the guide. Once you start climbing it’s about eight hours in total from the top to the bottom.
This waterfall is less of an activity and more of just an attraction. This waterfall is over 2,000 feet high. The world waterfall database declared this waterfall to be one of the best in the world.
It is known as the world’s most dangerous road just because during the wintertime there are very strong storms that go through this area. It is eight total bridges long and eight thousand two hundred and seventy-four meters.
It is deep in the mountains of western Norway. It is the highest bike climb in the entire world 12.2 Km of this bike ride. The view from the top is just you can’t even put into words how breathtaking and just bashed this view is off into the distance. If you are going to Norway then just don’t miss this road.
Personally, I have never seen anything like this. It is something out of a novel or a film. It is the world’s strongest whirlpool. It is located in the Northland. These whirlpools were so large that they could swallow boats. Water speeds reached 37 km/h at the peak of the whirlpool.
The Midnight Sun
The strangest thing was watching the Sun go down and having it just hover right above the horizon. The Midnight Sun can occur almost 50 miles away from the circle but not quite as high your body clock is so thrown out of whack because imagine you are as tired as can be but it is light out. It’s very hard to sleep in Norway.