The once – in – a – lifetime sunset you can ever imagine? It is unquestionable that Loen Lake severed me that one. I found More og Romsdal photo tour slightly demanding and disheartening but luckily it produced great outcomes as I went back Poland with a tone of exquisitely exposed photos. I’m also overly happy that my new waterproof jacket proved to be so great when being exposed to a harsh Norwegian winter. But sticking to the point, in this post i will disclose a touch of details on how to get the little wooden jetty at the edge of Leon Lake. Added to this I’m going to fit camera technical details into the content. Let’s dive in guys!
The jetty…here it is! I hold a key to finding a place for many of you but i will share it with a great pleasure guys. However, at first, a little reference to the past. First time I stumbled upon the place was when I was having a biking tour around More og Romsdal 4 years ago on my poorly prepared touring bike for that sort of experience. But anyway when pitching a tent at the edges of this glacial lake I decided to venture out to spend some time outdoors and make some break-through discoveries. The jetty emerged from the thick bunch of dill flowers.
The jetty is located on your right when driving from the city of Loen right in the middle of the tight road leading to Kjestova restaurant. The road tripping there is really unusual as you feel so overwhelmed by the surrounding steep slopes which gives an impression as if they tumbled to the ground. The color of lake makes up for everything either! Before reaching the targeted place you will be quick to blame yourself why you are here for the very first time.! The jetty is situated within a ‘no camping’ zone area so give much though to the spot you pick up before putting your camp base there.