1. #weloverain: Awesome Norway with Helly Hansen


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    Our trip to Norway with #weloverain HellyHansen

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    • Hurtigruten in Autumn - Our Director explains visiting Hjørundfjord on the Norwegian Coastal Voyage.


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      During our Escorted Hurtigruten Voyage to the Hjørundfjord, the 50 Degrees North Director talks you through the optional activities on offer during an autumn voyage. Optional excursions play a large role on a Hurtigruten voyage and making the right decision about which one to choose in each port is critical. 50 Degrees North offers you advice and help with these costly decisions. We travel regularly along the Norwegian Coast with our guests, escorting voyages during all the seasons. We offer you true destination expertise - unbiased and based on our own experiences. This video was filmed on Day 8 of our recent Norwegian Fjords & Hurtigruten Escorted Voyage, our Norwegian Director and keen hiker, Tietse Stelma, creates a panorama video of the small town of Urke on the Hjørundfjord - affording you a real sense of the size and feel of the small Norwegian towns that you visit during a Hurtigruten Voyage along the Norwegian coast. http://www.fiftydegreesnorth.com/styles/hurtigruten-in-4-seasons Autumn is a tranquil time on board #Hurtigruten, and you get the time to enjoy the bright colours, the fresh air and the beautiful scenery we pass. The birds migrate after a productive summer, and the Arctic light shortens. From the deck, framed by an icy blue sky, you can see a sprinkling of early snow on the highest peaks and there's a sense of expectation in the air. Each port and the different parts of the coast give you the opportunity to experience something different. The darkness comes gradually and the sun sets earlier and earlier. And if you are lucky the #NorthernLights will appear and provide an act of magic. Our next autumn #50DegreesNorth Escorted Hurtigruten Voyage will depart 17 Sept 2016: http://www.fiftydegreesnorth.com/tours/autumn-colours-and-hurtigruten-escorted-tour/overview

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      • Oslo, Awesome Oslo


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        Norway, September 2015

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        • Cruising the Fjords


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          We take a cruise with Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines to the Norwegian Fjords

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          • Geiranger, Norway


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            The Azamara Quest traveled west and then north during the night and when we awoke, we were almost to Geiranger (pronounced Gairanger). Deep in the fjords, we passed the majestic Seven Sisters, the Groom waterfalls and across from that, and what appears to be a face etched into the mountain. We docked just off the town just after the noon hour as the one dock was already occupied by a much larger vessel. This town is quite remote with of permanent population of 210 people which swells to just over 600 during tourist season (May - August). As we approach the town we can see the zig-zag roads with their hairpin turns climbing up the side of the surrounding mountains - that is where we will be headed. As the bus begins the climb, the realization occurs that each section of the road is about 1/2 mile long, then a hairpin turn, etc., etc.. It takes about 15 minutes to climb out of the valley, bear in mind that these are large buses and the road barely allows them to pass each other but on the turns, traffic in the opposite direction is halted to allow room for the wide turn. We reach our first stop on an overlook to the fjord with the Seven Sisters a short distance down the fjord. Back in the bus for a quicker ride back down - the story is that all Geiranger bus drivers go to heaven because of all of prayers said continuously by the travelers that they carry each day. Now we are headed for the tallest point in the fjord, Mt. Dalsnibba, just outside of town - it is a mile in height and we can see in the distance that it is covered in snow. The trip is about a half hour of somewhat nonstop curves and hairpin turns and we pass the Ice Lake (parts of it are frozen all year). Everywhere there is snow - apparently a few days prior it actually did snow for a short period of time. Wow, what a sight! Far below you can see the town and ships but up here, just below the clouds (no rain so far today) sitting on top of the mountains, the view is spectacular. On the way down the mountain, we learn that Geiranger is basically cut off from the rest of the world during the winter. Once the snows start, the ferry service is discontinued as there are frequent avalanches of snow which come down and crash into the fjord which could easily toss around even a good sized ship. Snow fall could amount up to 25' during the winter; we saw a photo from 2005 which bore out this fact. The roads are then unpassable out of the region so the town residents get to spend a lot of family time together. We also learned the meaning of the flags that are on most houses that we pass; the tradition goes back many centuries since given the distances that the houses are from each other, it was customary to raise your flag (not the national flag but your own) when you were home and take it down when you were away so that someone didn't make a long trek unnecessarily. A few flakes of snow start falling as we leave the summit but luckily it is a short lived event. We arrived back in town and spotted the Green Fjord 2020 project which is a local push to have small electric cars replace all of the passenger vehicles in the area by 2020. Currently they only have one-seater cars available for rent on a daily basis but they appear to have a growing base of support. Time to get back on the ship as we will departing at 6PM but it was a beautiful adventure! As we were eating dinner, gazing out of the picture window, we approached the magnificent Seven Sisters and the ship stopped and did a complete 360 degree circle in the fjord so that everyone could get one last photo opportunity regardless of where they were on the ship. Retreated to the cabaret for the early show and then off to bed. We will be sailing all night, tomorrow and the first part of Saturday, we are headed about 500 miles north. We have already come quite a distance north, sunset this evening will be 11:29PM and sunrise is 3:57AM.

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            • Kyrping Camping - English version


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              One of Norways most beautiful camping sites. Located at the Åkrafjord with spectacular scenery. Boating, fishing and very family friendly with activites to visit close by.

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              • Norway


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                • Voyage en Islande - timelapse + hyperlapse


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                  Petit aperçu des paysages typiques de l'Islande (Parc national, cascades, plages, falaises, paysages volcaniques, montagnes, glaciers, fjords de l'Ouest) avec des timelapses et des hyperlapses réalisés entre le 25 Août et le 08 septembre 2015 (2000 photos). Dans l'ordre d'apparition : - parc national de Thingvellir - Gullfoss - le lac de Kleifarvatn - falaises sur la côte Sud - vallée de Reykjadalur - Háifoss - région du Landmannalaugar - Seljalandsfoss - Skógafoss (x2) - la plage de Vik - le lac proglaciaire de Jökulsárlón - plage de Djupalon - Laugardalur (Ouest) - plage près de Bíldudalur - Rauðasandur Images, Jérémy Vagné, tous droits réservés. Musique : Two Steps From Hell, Archangel, Mercy in Darkness, tous droits réservés.

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                  • Australis Expedition Cruises


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                    Few destinations inspire as much awe for their pristine scenic beauty as Patagonia. Travel to this intriguing spot is a pleasure few Americans have experienced: marveling at spectacular glaciers, sailing past dramatic fjords, and observing the region's plentiful and diverse wildlife. Our one-of-a-kind Patagonia vacation features Deluxe accommodations in Buenos Aires, Punta Arenas, Torres del Paine, and El Calafate. You won't want to miss out on this unique itinerary, which includes visits to 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 2 Wonders of the World sites. You'll even land on legendary Cape Horn — the southernmost tip of South America — a site other cruises only see from a distance. And the centerpiece of your Patagonia vacation will be four nights cruising the Chilean fjords aboard the all-inclusive M/V Stella Australis, a Deluxe expedition ship built specifically for glacial waters.

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                    • Iceland | September 2015 [HD]


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                      Our journey through Iceland in September of 2015, to the tune of "Með suð í eyrum" by Sigur Rós. We encourage everyone to visit Iceland during their lifetime.

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