Views of Norway through the eyes of a Native: A visit to Hardangervidda

Thinking of new destinations, going north and visiting Scandinavia during the Summer might be an option. Renny Ba's Terella gives us the insight of a native about his country, Norway. Plateau_1 I chose his piece (and one of his photos) on Hardangervidda, Northern Europe’s largest high mountain plateau to illustrate his work, Why? Because of the open space, the uncrowded vistas, the quiet places. Hardangervidda National Park is a great place for Flyfishing and is also home of the largest wild reindeer herds in Europe.

A good place to clear your head and shed a few pounds.

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