This blog is a continuation of my blog from April 8, 2019 on our crosscountry skiing holiday in Norway following the Peer Gynt Vegen
Day 4 – A short stage
This day, we went off for a short stage of 11 km, but what a track it was!
First a challenging downhill area, which Pøyl preferred to walk instead of skiing, and which I survived in the old and trusted pizza. Unfortunately, I lost control twice. Once this happened because I saw a tree with a sign on it saying: ‘DANGER!’
And dangerous it was; in trying to avoid this dangerous tree I fell down hitting the icy snow really hard.
Towards the end of the stage we had to follow a blue route in a downhill ski arena. So you think: ‘This will again be challenging downhill’, but no, this time we had to climb the mountain. After falling down ten times in just fifteen minutes, I made the only wise decision there was to make: take of the skis and climb the mountain.