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Snow, Ice, and Northern Lights: Winter in Norway

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Visit pastry shops and sip steaming coffee next to a creek in the Olympic village at Lillehammer. See the colors of the northern skies. Pursue the white powder, the fresh air, and the wild-caught fish. Norway is a winter lover's paradise.
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Jernbanetorget 2, 2609 Lillehammer, Norway
The few episodes of the Netflix show Lilyhammer didn't prepare me for my visit to the actual town of Lillehammer itself. With its bricked pedestrian mall filled with boutiques and other high-end shops, the town seemed more like a nordic Boulder, ...
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Hundervegen, 2636 Øyer, Norway
Two and a half hours by car north of Oslo and a quick trip from the picturesque village of Lillehammer, the Hafjell Resort is considered among Norway's top three ski resorts. The park has seven ski lifts and slopes ranging from child friendly to...
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Skagen 27, 4006 Stavanger, Norway
Scandinavian winters can be harsh--but don't let that stop you from visiting Norway when temperatures drop and daylight wanes. Stavanger is the third largest city there, boasting seascapes and hugging fjords all around, but it is quite a small...
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Tromsø, Norway
Witness the rapture of the Northern Lights in the Arctic town of Tromsø, Norway. Take a night tour with professional aurora chaser and world class photographer Kjetil Skogli for the best chance of catching the magic. Over 300 km north of the...
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It was quite a trek to get to Lofoten Islands, Norway from Miami, Florida. In search of the Northern Lights and some adventure i set out on a journey that included travel on planes, trains, automobiles, and ferries. The sights to see in Lofoten...
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Yellow, blue, and white. These are the colors of the ice you can see on an ice canyoning tour guided by the trained staff of the Hindsaeter Fjellhotell. Along the river Sjoa, the water freezes in winter and results in the most marvelous ice...
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Tryvannsveien 64, 0791 Oslo, Norway
Not the biggest ski resort in Norway (a country where skiing is as much a national obsession as hockey is in Canada), the Oslo Winter Park nonetheless wins points hands down for being one of the few ski resorts in the world just a few minutes...
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The best place on earth to see a healthy population of wild polar bears is the Svalbard Archipelago, in the northernmost part of Norway that falls inside the Arctic Circle. More than 60 percent of the landmass in this island group is ice-covered,...
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Plassmyrveien 11, 8008 Bodø, Norway
Bodø is known as a prime fishing destination due to the town's proximity to Saltstraumen, the world's strongest maelstrom which brings millions of gallons of ocean water rushing through a narrow sound, water carrying with it a plethora of North...