21/09/2010 | by ed
Norway has given us a few great things. Terje, Neutrogena, hot women and, er… the Folgefonna camp. Folgefonna is a glacier hidden way up near the arctic circle; it gets so much snow that it doesn’t even open for business in the winter, but come July and August the world’s keenest shredders descend on the place for a summer freestyle fix. What really sets it apart is the light: being so far north you can ride until the early hours of the morning, and the long, drawn-out sunsets regularly produce stunning gallery shots for snowboard mags across the world.
This video all about the ‘Fonna was sent to us by UK filmer Ben Marshall, and makes us very jealous indeed.