‘Driva’ er en av Norges beste lakse-elver og den renner ut i Tingvollfjorden ved vakre Sunndalsøra. I dette området finner vi også mye vakker natur i f.eks. Øksendal og Innerdalen som begge er steder som står høyt på vår besøksliste.
‘River Driva’ is one of our utmost rivers where salomon fishing is concerned.  The river empties itself into the Tingvoll fjord here at beautiful Sunndalsoera.
In this area we fin plenty of beautiful nature, like in ‘Oeksendal’ and the ‘Innerdal’, which are both very high on our planning list.
(Compliments of SRB)

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4 Responses to Driva

  1. Hanna says:

    Very lovely photo!! I have consider to have a walk in the area. Not Innerdalen but in the outskirt of Trollheimen where the paths are not too difficult 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Innerdalen it not considered to be difficult, but imensely beautiful!
      However, there are different tracks in many directions with different elevations.
      If everything goes well with my plans, I might be publishing pictures from ‘the Innderdal’
      at some time in July.
      If you look at our report ‘Aursjøvegen’ it braches off close to one of our National Parks, bur you may also inquire at the local VisitNorway Office? They’ll be very happy to help you out!
      Besides you have the Hardangervidda’- the largest mountain plateau in Northern Europe accessable from most any side you care to choose. (And very flat 🙂 )
      You may even use a bicycle on the old ‘Raallar Rd’ from Haugastoel and up to Finse and even further . . .

      • Hanna says:

        Thanks a lot for your answer. Sunnmøre and Innerdalen are sublime and spectacular areas I have reason to believe ❤ 🙂

        • Seenorway says:

          They are, indeed! Unfortunately one has to travel a distance to get there, but – if the weather is right, you’ll never forget it! Especially if you bring a camera! 🙂

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