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This place - as far west as possible to get in Norway is something else. The roads to get there are in themselves an experience. It takes some time to drive, but the scenery is great. We drove in and out of the misty sea...More
If you do not count the islands, this is the most west you can get in Norway. And the landscape is shaped by the strong winds and storms which creates some interesting cliffs and landscape. Very good for day hikes, or smaller ones. You can...More
The view on a clear day is fantastic!
Vestkapp as a tourist destination is a disaster. Narrow roads, closed down cafe, no toilet facilities. But the view is amazing... You might step on sheep poop while walking around. At the same time, you might get...More
If you are lucky and there is no fog you will get an amazing view of the western points of Norway.
Small narrow road to get up to the plateau, so drive carefully.
No restrooms of other facilities at the top. The building was destroyed...More
A narrow road takes you to Norways most western point, Vestkapp. There is a cafe and a tourist shop there, but we don't know if it is still open in the tourist season. A good advice would be to visit it outside the tourist season....More