Here are a few top nature stops in Norway! South for Summer Boating; West for Pulpit Rock and Stavanger; North West for Ålesund, Geirangerfjord, Mount Aksla Lookout; and North for Lofoten, Tromsø and Reine.

The South is supposed to be great during the Summer, during the boating season, and it’s obvious to see why.

West, is Pulpit Rock. Norway’s mountains are staggeringly beautiful, and Pulpit Rock – also known as Preikestolen – showcases this, not far from the town of Stavanger.

A little further North West, there’s some cool stops to get to, including the number one location, Ålesund, a port town at the entrance to the Geirangerfjord features panoramic views, the surrounding archipelago and fjords from the Mount Aksla lookout.

North, is the gem of Northway, also featuring Lofoten, Tromsø, and Reine.

The Lofoten Islands are a wonder of jagged mountains, rocky coastlines, and white sandy beaches. This is a spectacular part of Norway to explore.

Tromsø sits above the Arctic Circle and is famed for being one the best places to watch the Northern Lights, best seen from September to April. 

Reine, despite its small size, is a prominent tourist spot due to its town dispersed around the base of a snow-capped, jagged mountains.