Jun 07

Photos from Norway

Ryder-Walker trip leader Staffan Björklund shot these photos of our guided Norway hiking tour which is going on right now. Many of the hikes are water accessible only, which makes for great solitude. We really do go off the beaten path on this trip! There are no real trails to speak of, so we just point the compass and go. 
Ok. Norway’s Lofoten Islands may not be the warmest place on the planet during this time of year, but honestly, there’s no place I’d rather be. There’s something magical about traveling in northern latitudes during late spring/early summer. 
Only when you’ve traveled in the North, can you appreciate how wonderful that moss feels. It’s Mother Nature’s carpet and it feels SO good.
We’re ON vacation. Let’s relax for a while! 
You can read our full Norway itinerary by clicking here
Photos by Staffan Björklund.
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