A Family Hike to Duksfjord

During this summer season at the gallery I’ve been asked by many tourists if I like living in the North Cape and why.  Well, here’s just one of the reasons – our treasured family hikes on the island of Magerøya.

Hiking  North Cape Norway
Hiking to Duksfjord, North Cape, Norway
Family Hiking adventure
Our three year old hiking – 8 km in total!

Family hiking adventure

nature north cape norway

Hiking Norway  Duksfjord

HIking, Nature, NOrth Cape, NOrway
Duksjord, North Cape, Norway

14 thoughts on “A Family Hike to Duksfjord

    1. Yes, it’s still cold here. We haven’t had very many warm days this summer. The temperature has been between 7-10 C most of the summer. Still holding out hope for a few more warmer days 🙂

    1. 🙂 yes it is chilly. Is it in the 100’s in Utah. My parents are visiting from Boise and are glad they are in 50 degree weather instead of 106 🙂

      1. And yes, it is in the 100s here…much to my dismay! At least it’s not 117 like it was down in Arizona yesterday. 😦 I’m sure your parents are enjoying the break from the heat…and in such a beautiful place….

  1. What great pictures. Bet your folks are really enjoying their visit.
    Would love to be having cool weather. 107 yestrday in So. Cal.

    1. Yepp.. they’re enjoying weather in the 40 and 50s 😉 a little bit of a difference from 106 in Boise and 107 with you guys. We are having a great time and now Josiah’s starting speaking English back to them! Woohoo!

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