Una de las fotos más aclamadas tarda aproximadamente 10 horas en hacerse

mirador Noruega foto más aclamada

La moda de los selfie llegó para quedarse. Ahora vemos por la calle a personas de todas las edades sacándose fotos a sí mismos, ya sean individuales, de pareja o grupales.

Sin embargo, con tal de tener un «selfie bonito» muchas personas, sobretodo jóvenes ponen en riesgo su vida o hacen grandes esfuerzos por tener la foto perfecta.

Hay muchas portadas y redes sociales con una imagen espectacular desde el mirador Trolltunga en la región de Hordaland a 11 kilómetros de distancia del municipio de Odda (Noruega).

Las personas que van a Noruega casi siempre quieren ir a este mirador que recibe miles de visitantes al año por su excelencia. Este mirador es un acantilado a 1.100 metros sobre el nivel del mar.

Por ello, muy pocas personas cuentan el gran esfuerzo físico y de tiempo que supone ir al mirador. Además cuenta con una formación rocosa bastante peligrosa. Aproximadamente son 22 kilómetros de recorrido, por lo que supone entre 10 y 12 horas en ir y volver.

No obstante, las imágenes y los selfies desde este lugar son espectaculares, lo que lo convierte en uno de los lugares donde puedes hacer una de las fotos más aclamadas a pesar del tiempo y esfuerzo que conlleva.

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Trolltunga Hike: This hike was 28km and is one of the most enjoyable things I’ve done.🙌 The hike would have been 22km if Phoebe and I had started from carpark 1 of 3.👍 Unfortunately, the spaces had already filled up by 7am.👎 The lady at the 2nd car park informed us that because of the queues, the earliest shuttle bus we could catch would be at 8:30am.😴 This is where the day takes a turn for the worse for Phoebe.😬 You see some people may describe me as stingy… I’d prefer to say calculated🤪 and after working out that completing the — 17 chicane, 3km walk, with a 1000m incline — to the 1st car park would only take us 1hr 15m, I was simply not prepared to part with my £20.😑 And so began a day of constant moaning from Phoebe, who despite being a personal trainer, didn’t seem too pleased with all the walking.🤔 I think that despite this early disagreement, we ended up having a really enjoyable walking to the top (where these photos are taken).🌞 It took a good 1hr 30m of queuing for both of us to get our photos. 📸 For this 1hr 30m my Fitbit probably thought I was having a heart attack😂 as the thought of falling off the edge (AND SEEING SOME MENTAL PEOPLE SIT ON THE EDGE) sent my heart rate through the roof.😅❤️ This was such an enjoyable day and the photos we were able to take were breathtaking.😱 The day was so enjoyable in fact that the long walk down didn’t drag at all, and after stopping for some lunch, Phoebe’s mood had improved.😃 But this upswing in mood was about to hit a sharpe 180!😳 See Phoebe had made me promise that on the way back down, we would take the shuttle bus back.🤝 I’m not being funny but was I prepared to go home having “almost completed” the full hike?😬 NO… and after tricking Phoebe into taking a wrong turn on the way back – forcing us into walking the full 28km, I learnt that sometimes, it’s better to be a failure than have an angry woman on your case.🤭 With 3km to go, Phoebe had no food❌ no water❌ a bad knee❌ and a boyfriend who “didn’t know why she was so angry”.😬 I think it’s safe to say that after this debacle, I know not to push Phoebe to her limits again.😳😂 Fun times hey Phoebe?😂❤️

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