We just have four spots left on our 2014 Norway hiking tour.
Join us this June as we hike across the Lofoten archipelago, a rugged island chain lying 122 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Traveling by foot and by sea kayak, (no experience necessary), we’ll hike across mountains, paddle to secluded beaches, and ramble through tiny hamlets with colorful wooden fishing cottages perched at the water’s edge.
Accommodations range from superior inns to historic rorbuer, cozy wooden fishing cottages that have been updated with modern conveniences. With their red painted siding, weathered stilts and clean, white trim, robuer have become the official symbol of Lofoten, not to mention their popularity among photographers. Rorbuer are warm, inviting, and they beckon to be photographed!
Visit our Facebook page to view more than 80 photographs from last year’s Norway hiking tour. Staffan Björklund, Ryder-Walker’s Norway specialist, shot the photos. He also developed the trip, which, we must admit, has been a resounding success. Staffan will lead the tour again this year.
Note: We can only accommodate 10 people on this hike, and we already have six people registered. Please contact us if you’d like to join our group.
You can read the entire hiking tour itinerary by clicking here.
Image by Staffan Björklund; staffanbjorklund.com
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