Norway Packraft Expedition with Fit for Fun Magazine

Shooting this Norway expedition for Fit for Fun Magazine has definitely been one of my favourite jobs thus far. Although I am not sure if I carried only the recommended amount of luggage according to my body weight.

We hiked for 12km up onto a lake plateau carrying everything we needed for four days in the wild. This included food, packrafts, camping- and photo equipment. After reaching the lake we quickly pumped up our individual packrafts, secured out luggage, and paddled towards the first island. We stayed in this area, paddling and camping in the wild for three more nights.

I had thrown the second tent out to make room for more equipment. We made a little tarp-shelter and slept on our upturned packrafts. It was a great adventure expedition and we almost felt like we were on holiday.
The only cravings we had on return were a cold beer and a hot shower.

Young man paddling his packraft across a lake at dusk in the district near Oslo.

Group of friends lying in a tent laughing and looking up at the viewer. In the background is the lake district of Oslo, Norway
Young man stoking the fire at a campite of our expedition in norway, while cooking food over the fire.
Girl packing the waterbottle in the man's backpack while on a hike in the woods in Norway during our expedition. The Man is enjoying himself.
Image of breaktfast porridge with gathered blueberries and four colourful camping spoons on a cooker on a packraft expedition in Norway
Young man taking a picture of his tent on his cellphone at sunrise near a lake in Olso, Norway.
Group of packrafters navigating around islands in a lake district near Oslo, Norway
Picture of a hand lighting a fire with some birch bark and a spark knife in Oslo, Norway.
Young man juxtaposed infront of a semi cloudy sky in his jack wolfskin jacket drinking from a