Lap Dånalds

The first part of the track was quite easy. Although there were some rocks here and there, the terrain was mostly flat-ish. There were some foot bridges and in some areas you walked on wooden planks. If I were a pirate, perhaps I’d be more nervous about that notion, lol. Or maybe I am a pirate after all with nerves of steel, arrrr. After a few kilometers, I took my first break and enjoyed a reindeer burger at Lap Dånalds. Many people flocked together for a warm snack, a toilet break and a stunning view. The burger was nice, but I ended up burping cole slaw for the rest of the day, haha. The weather was absolutely amazing! The last time I tried this trekking, it was sunny like that all throughout my three days on the trail. Boy, was that different this time as I would find out later that day, the next day and the day after that.

Published by Alive and Trekking

Dreamer. Adventurer. Traveller. Geek. Idealist. Nature. New Zealand, Nordic countries and the Arctic.

2 thoughts on “Lap Dånalds

    1. Best surroundings ever! They probably make good money indeed! It’s perfect for a daytrip with the family, for example, as I’m sure many people do. And you can also take the boat out, but during the trekking, obviously we weren’t allowed to 😉

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