Seeing as I had such a good time on my first expedition in Norway, I decided to head back there again. I like repetition, indeed I could eat the same dinner every day for weeks (which I quite often did as a student).

This time I went back minus the three other hairy gentlemen, and completed a 7 day (117 km) solo ski trip across the Hardangervidda plateau (see the video below) between 12-19th April 2017. This is the area in which the now infamous ‘heroes of telemark’ operation began during WWII.

You can view my GPS tracks across Hardangervidda thanks to Follow My Challenge. The account of this trip will be published in Adventure Magazine NZ in August 2017.

You can view the full photo collection from this trip here, and two short videos below, the latter of which recently featured on: