|Subject: Re: Norway Help|
I haven't done the Norway in a nutshell tour so it is hard for me to comment on that. But taking a trip in the western fjords can be breathtaking even if you don't follow the tourist routes. Look at this link http://www.hogrogaland.com/Turmappe/nordmore2005.htm This guy took his Harley-Davidson and drove along the west coast and on the way he past fjords, glaciers, mountains etc.
In the Stavanger area where I live you can also go day hiking to some beautiful spots...my favourites are (Kjerag) http://gardkarlsen.com/kjerag.htm and Preikestolen (the pulpit rock) http://gardkarlsen.com/preikestolen.htm At Kjerag you are more than 3000ft above the Lyse fjord so the view is quite amazing.
Well, I hope that it has been of some help...if you want more info about the Norway in a nutshell you can call Fjord Tours on +47 815 68 222 http://www.fjord-tours.com/default.asp
Regards, Gard Stavanger, Norway