Visiting the Fagerheim Mountain Lodge

Jeg har besøkt Fagerheim ganske mange ganger når jeg har passert over Hardangervidda for – maten er ganske så god! Og spesialitetet er stekt fjellaure! Antagelig fordi den er ganskje lett å få ta i på disse kanter! 🙂 Denne gang passet det ikke med tidspunktet å spise, men – isteden kunne jeg jo ta noen bilder siden været var det beste?

I have visited Fagerheim mountain lodge quite a few times when I have passed over the Hardanger plains because – the food is quite good! And the specialty is fried mountain trout! Probably because it seems quite easy to get in on these parts! 🙂 This time, however,  I had no time to eat, but – instead, I could take some pictures since the weather was excellent?
Jeg kan ikke si med sikkerhet hvor mange  mennesker det er plass til her oppe, men fjellstuen ble bygget i 1936 og er med det eldre en selveste fotografen! 🙂
Det er også naturen og den er dertil uovertruffen!

I can not say with certainty how many people there is room for up here, but the lodge was originally built in 1936 and is with that age older than the photographer himself! 🙂
So is also nature and it is unsurpassed! (I’m not!)

Her med utsikt mot fjellvannet ‘Store Krækja’

Here with a view towards the mountain lake ‘Store Kraekja’(Compliments of SRB)
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4 Responses to Visiting the Fagerheim Mountain Lodge

  1. -Eugenia says:

    The building looks good for its age. The third photo shows a beautiful view.

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