Traveling through Scandinavia during the winter is not for the faint-hearted. It gets cold, very cold. The gallery below gives you a little taste of this. We drove from Tromso, on the Norwegian coast, through to the town of Karasjok in the interior. At 7am when we woke up the temperature was a mild -13°c. Then it kept dropping… and dropping. By 9.30am it had reached -30°c, then, as we pulled into Engholm Husky Lodge at around 4pm the temperature was a rather brisk -40°c. If you’re traveling to Scandinavia on your next Bucket List adventure remember to wrap up warm.
- Driving the Arctic Circle – Norway, Sweden & Finland
- Stay the night in an Ice Hotel – Norway