Posted on Thu, 21-Sep-2023Tue, 03-Oct-2023 by pamJotunheimen National Park – Norway 18/26 Along the Sognefjord are some amazing waterfalls – some even have names like Asofossen. At an overlook we see the village of Fortun and the massive Asofossen in the hill beyond, which names the river that flows through the valley. This is the beginning of 10 hairpin turns and as per Rick Steves “Treat Each Turn As If It Were Your Last!” Wait! Stop the car! Luckily there was a pullover we could walk back across the bridge and take this photo of an unnamed waterfall with 3 snow covered mountain peaks in the background. There you go…three peaks in Jotunheimen National Park. The roads are all one lane with some passing pullovers so a bit stressful driving. Quoting Rick Steve again ” Tell your passenger to scream only when we hit something”. Ha! We climbed the valley of Jotunheimen NP on the scenic Sognefellet National Tourist Route. The Nedre Oscarshaug viewing platform allows you to move the glass panels to line up with the mountain you are looking at to identify it. Very fun. The temperature has now dropped to chilly 3 degrees at around 1200 meters elevation. (37 degrees at 4,000′ above fjord/sea level) A bit different day than when we toured part of the park on the east side from Lom. Our blog entry from first of September. We hung out at a parking area to eat our lunch and watch the clouds. We turned around at this lake area as the clouds were moving in. We were glad we could have such beautiful tundra under our feet. Really happy to be on top of the world here in Jotunheimen National Park.