Any of you done Scandinavia?

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    Anonymous

    Campsites and free camping in Norway
    Hi. Living in Norway I have made my own stoppover list where I have been visiting.
    You are free to check up on my site SENSEI.NO for many places to stay. Both campingsites and places to wild camp.
    The lists are in Norwegian but I think you will not have to much trouble to figure it out. If you have just use the contakt form “Send en melding” and I can help you.

    For all comunities in Norway go to: http://www.sensei.no/norge.html
    For lots of places in Europe go to: http://www.sensei.no/varingre-stoppesteder.html

    #141348

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141349

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141359

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141360

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141362

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141363

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141367

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141372

    Nomad
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    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141374

    Nomad
    Participant

    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141378

    Nomad
    Participant

    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141385

    Nomad
    Participant

    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141389

    Nomad
    Participant

    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the
    Hi, I live in Sweden, and the good thing about Scandinavia is you can camp almost anywhere – as long as you show respect. So not to close to houses, and Leave No Trace. Norway is quite a challenge to any motorhome, there are some fantastic highways but there also a lot of curvy and hilly smaller roads. So be sure your brakes and cooling system is in good condition, and treat your engine in a way it actually cools. As mentioned all the Nores love being outdoors and show great hospitality. Be cautious on bringing plants or domestic animals, booze, as this is not as easy as in the rest of europe. Anyway have a great trip and beware of the moose!

    #141369

    Develin
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    There are toll roads etc but
    There are toll roads etc but driving from London ish it should take 16/19 hours to hit norway

    #141377

    Develin
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    There are toll roads etc but
    There are toll roads etc but driving from London ish it should take 16/19 hours to hit norway

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