Briksdalsbreen is an arm of the great Jostedalsbreen
Glacier and plunges 1,200 metres down into the beautiful Briksdalen Valley.
Not only is the port of Olden a stunning setting in itself, it is also within striking distance of Europe's largest glacier, the Jostedalsbreen
Our second hike takes us to Briksdal glacier in Jostedalsbreen
National Park, one of the arms of Jostedal glacier, the largest in continental Europe, covering an area 500km square.
Holocene glacial and climate history of the Jostedalsbreen
region, western Norway; evidence from lake sediments and terrestrial deposits.
This town oozes perfect panoramas, not least our first glimpse of distant Jostedalsbreen
, Europe's largest mainland glacier.
Plant succession has been reported at higher latitudes (61-62[degrees]N) on 39 glacier forelands in the Jotunheim and Jostedalsbreen
regions of south-central Norway .
Braemar then calls at Skjolden, set at the end of the one of the world's longest fjords, and home to the largest glacier in mainland Europe, Jostedalsbreen
As well as the horn, he also unveiled his "iceophone" and other percussion instruments, each made from ice dating back 600 years from the Jostedalsbreen
Norwegians living west of the great Jostedalsbreen
glacier, reported a number of crop failures in the mid- 17th century, and the advancement of the glacier.
Before Flo, the town of 6700 people would boast about its place at the bottom of Europe's biggest glacier, the earth-shaking 487 sq km Jostedalsbreen
The pine tree-limit recession is also approximately congruent with a climatic reconstruction based on the Jostedalsbreen
ice cap in central South Norway (Nesje et al.