Mount Segla, Senja Island, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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A digital creation? Nor-way!. Mount Segla, Senja Island, Norway
An assorted land of mountainous terrain on the west with lush greenery on the east, Senja is a beautiful island popularly known as 'Norway in miniature'. At 1,554 square kilometres, it is Norway's second-largest island. Gisund Bridge connects the island to the mainland in the town of Finnsnes. The most notable spot on Senja is pictured today, Mount Segla, a magnificent peak that is traveled frequently during summers with a trail starting in Fjordgård, a fishing village in the north of Senja. It takes a tough hike up the steep mountain to get to the over 610 metre-tall crest. Other tourist attractions on the island include Ånderdalen National Park and Tranøya, an island located on the south coast of Senja, celebrated for its tranquility.