Cycling Trip Norway 2019
Sonja and Cor cycled from Tromsø to Stamsund, covering a distance over 600km in Norway. The trip was organised by Abel reizen. Here is a report of their holiday with photos.
Travelling by bike in Norway by Phil and Liz 2018
We had a wonderful and unforgettable bike ride. It was fantastic to cycle through a beautiful and varied landscape and along endlessly beautiful fjords. And it was surprising that too
Yoga in Norway
Day 5 … 6:30 am I light the campfire. The serene tranquility of the lake and the silence of the valley dominate this morning. There is a morning mist above the lake
Scandinavia XL event is introduced to Abel reizen
The annual trade fair of Scandinavia XL attracts many visitors. Those who have been to Scandinavia keep returning. It is a hunger that cannot be stopped. The acquired impressions of landscapes,
Taking the E-bike on holiday?
What is the advantage of the e-bike and what should you pay attention to when you go on a cycling holiday? Of the Dutch, 16% now own an electric bicycle
Cycling in Norway by e-bike, 17 days along the arctic coast
For as long as I can remember, I had the wish to cycle on the Lofoten, and this year this wish finally came true. And only because we couldn’t really find another trip
Bergen, Gateway of Fjord Norway
The Hurtigruten from Bergen to Ålesund
On the west coast of Norway, Bergen is surrounded by Norway’s largest and most beautiful fjords, the Sognefjord and the Hardangerfjord.
Holiday to Norway?
In the list of most popular holiday destinations, we see Norway somewhere in the top 20. Around 200,000 Dutch people choose to go on holiday every year and the number is increasing
Het Aurora effect..
Polarlight has something magical … A show that is given by mother nature at any time. Dancing colors in the sky that constantly change color and shape provide a hypnotic effect.
Dovrefjell Norway, with a champion on the road.
Professional adventurer Jolanda Linschoten describes Dovrefjell in her book “Mountain Tours in Norway” as a timeless mountain area, an ancient landscape that has never really been changed by human intervention.