In a recent post there were pictures of our second family attempt on Varden – the local hill. This week we had our third attempt, and we would have reached the top had we not started to run out of daylight. It’s a walk with many possible paths, all up through the birch woods which are a characteristic of North Norway (at least at lower levels). We took a route on the sunny side, but with quite a steep drop off from the path, which isn’t really too bad, except for the distraction of the view across the sea to mountains of Senja.
Below are pictures. There’s also a partial panorama here.
This has also been a busy week, so look out soon for more posts and pictures as we try to catch up on family happenings.