Lofoten, one of Norway’s great grandfathers?

A couple of weeks ago I drove down to Unstad in Lofoten for a few days to visit friends and surf.  Lofoten is an archipelago west of Northern-Norway, about 6 hours’ drive south of Tromsø, known for its stunning scenery with whitewashed beaches and mountains rising dramatically straight from the sea. Unstad is one of the three top spots in Norway for surfing. Absence of waves, however, led us to hike mountains instead.


Tangstad, Vestvågøy. The peaks left of the fjord is Himmeltindan. Photo: Malin

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