Briksdalen, Norway, is the best known and most accessible arm of Jostedalsbreen National Park, which is the largest glacier in Europe with a total area of 487 square kilometers. One can see the Briksdalen by foot or catch a ride with the "Troll Cars" up to the glaciers, and we feast our eyes on the fantastic scenery and flora along the way.
Briksdal Glacier lies 346 meters above sea level, but it is constantly receding. However, we are still awed in the presence of the gigantic glacier.
The ice in the lake feels super chilling.
I wonder if kids in the future will get to touch any ice from the glacier?
This trip resulted merely from my impulse, but it's really a big dream come true for the three of us!