The second to last hike my Norwegian friend and I did together last summer was to Bremsneshola, the largest cave in Norway, going 80 meters deep into the mountain. In the cave many finds have been made of the almost 10.000-year-old Fosna culture, a Late Palaeolithic/early Mesolithic hunter-gatherer culture with settlements along the coast ofContinue reading “Bremsneshola”

Roads were made for journeys, not destinations

Roads were made for journeys, not destinations – Confucius I think Confucius was onto something with this quote. Open roads are like endless possibilities to me. You can go anywhere, and whichever way you go, there’s bound to be an interesting journey ahead.

Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt

And staying on the topic: dirt paths hike so much nicer than paved or sealed roads anyway! 🙂


On our way to the Stavneset Lighthouse we were treated with many amazing views. What I love about this photo is the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean in the distance, the greenery and rocks all around, and the body of water sprinkled with duckweed in the foreground.

In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks

I took this photo on the way to the Stavneset Lighthouse, near Kristiansund. A beautiful hike with beautiful nature all around!

If you can’t change the direction of the wind, adjust your sails

A quote that I’m very inspired by. We can’t choose everything we want and we can’t influence everything that happens, but we can choose how we approach and deal with things. So where will the wind take these sailboats?


My Norwegian adventure continues! My friend and I decided to do a couple of shorter hikes in one day, of which the hike to the Staveneset Lighthouse was the first one. We had absolutely perfect hiking conditions. It was sunny and warm, but not too warm and there was a nice breeze keeping us cool enough.Continue reading “Stavneset”