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Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 8 – Narvik, Tranoy, Rognan and the blood road

White Tailed Eagle, Tranoyvein, Hamaroy, Norland County

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers the journey south out of the Arctic Circle – Narvik. Tranoy, Rognan and the blood road.

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Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 7 – The Stunning Island of Senja

Mefjorden (left) and Øyfjorden (right) from Barden (659m), Isle of Senja, Troms og Finnmark, Norway - ...behind every picture, there is a story...

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers the trip around the stunning island of Senja often called a ‘Norway in miniature’

Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 6 – North of Finland, Sami people’s parliament, Hammerfest and the journey down to the Island of Senja

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers the trip across the northern border of Finland, Karosjohka (the village where the Sami people’s parliament is held), then Hammerfest and the journey down to entry point to the Island of Senja

Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 5 – Nordkinn Peninsula and the most northerly mainland lighthouse in the world (at the same latitude as the northern tip of Alaska).

Reindeer, Nordkinn Peninsula, Troms og Finnmark, Norway - ...behind every picture, there is a story...

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers the trip from the Lofotens upto and around the Nordkinn peninsula and the most northerly mainland lighthouse in the world one of the most northerly roads at the same latitude as the northern tip of Alaska

Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 4 – The Lofoten and Vesteralen Archipelago’s, Norway

The village of Maervoll and Steinsfjord with Himmeltinden (964m) in the distance, Vestvågøy Island, Lofoten Archipelago, Norway

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers the UNESECO listed Lofoten and Vesteralen Archipelago’s, Norway. More blogs to follow…

Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 3 – County Road 17 (also known as the Atlantic Highway or Kystriksveien), Norway

Kilboghavn ferry terminal, Nordland County, Norway

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers County Road 17 (aka Atlantic Highway or Kystriksveien) from Steinkjer to Bodo. More blogs to follow…

Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 2 – Arrival into Norway.

Fjaerlansfjorden, Vestland County, Norway

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and the arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This photobook blog covers their arrival in Norway, UNESCO World Heritage listed fjords, the Atlantic Roadway and a stave church. More blogs to follow…

Trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia during the Covid-19 Pandemic – Part 1.

Gamla Uppsala, Sweden

Delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Duncan and Liz finally set off on a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure touring Scandinavia and arctic circle, reaching the most northly mainland lighthouse in the world. This blog covers the outwards trip through Germany and Sweden. More blogs to follow…

Planning a trip to the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia.

Duncan and Liz Brown had for many years held the dream for travelling Scandinavia in a motorhome / campervan with their dogs. This dream became reality in 2020 during the Covid-19 Pandemic when they undertook a 75-day 9,218 mile (14,835 km) adventure. This blog covers the planning and preparation for the trip. Further blogs describing the trip are available.

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