Norway Travel Videos

View from Above- Norway View from Above- Norway

It doesn't get much more beautiful than this.  This video has us dreaming about a someday trip to Norway.  The mountains, glaciers, and fjords are simply breathtaking.  The bright red houses and fishing boats are picture perfect.  The images captured from above are simply jaw-dropping.  You will feel like you have inhaled a breath of fresh clean air after watching this. 

The detailed description below by the View From Above team describes the video and the extraordinary images they captured of Norway.

Kai Jonny Venoy's comments:

Welcome to the View from Above! A series that takes you on a Journey to some of the most beautiful places on earth! Few places on the globe can take bleak and desolate elements like those of winter, ice and snow, and turn them into beautiful landscapes of white mountain ranges and icy, green fjords. Norway is a truly beautiful country that yearns to be explored and is richly riddled with stunning wintery panoramas. Begin in Oslo, Norway’s modern capital, before exploring the hauntingly beautiful countryside; the powdery-white slopes of Hemsedal give way to the pristine fjords like that of Hellesylt. View From Above uses their cutting edge DJI unmanned aerial vehicles and drones, fitted with the latest GoPro cameras, to capture Norway’s iconic cities, towns and natural vistas.

Breathtaking Paraglide Flight Through Aurora Borealis | Horacio Llorens Breathtaking Paraglide Flight Through Aurora Borealis | Horacio Llorens

One cannot imagine what an out-of-this-world experience this must have been for this paraglider.  

Video description and credits:

Battling sub-zero degree temperatures on the ground near Trømso, Norway, the Spanish acrobatic paraglider pilot Horacio Llorens donned a wetsuit and battery-heated gloves, powered up his paramotor, and flatland-launched himself into an amazing night flight with the ethereal green waves of the Aurora Borealis in one of the most breathtaking displays of flight we've ever seen.

Directed by Frode Sandbech
Co-directed by Matt Pain
D.O.P: Frode Sanbech
Cinematography: Matt Pain, Frode Sandbech, Thomas Flått
Edited by Matt Pain