What’s in a drive, unless you throw in some adjectives? Like challenging, memorable, adrenalin rushing, thrilling…the truth is no adjective can best describe the experience of the North Atlantic road, unless you get behind the wheel yourself.
An eight kilometre long stretch between the towns of Kristiansund and Molde in Fjord Norway, the road packs in sharp twists and turns, crashing Norwegian waves, breath taking views, bridges and tunnels to navigate.
For a mild, pleasant drive, pick a summer day. Spot birds; drink in the deep blue of the skies, catch sight of seals and whales along the way, and return with plenty to converse about. On the other hand, if you prefer the heart thumping, ecstatic driving experience, there’s no better time than autumn when raging storms showcase their ferocity.
Watch the sunset over the Atlantic, try your hand at fishing, dive into the waters, wherever permitted and make it a drive to remember.