We are a couple in our early 30s and will be in Norway for 10 days in June. We are focused on seeing Norway's natural beauty and spending time outdoors.
We'd like to see Lofoten, hike in Jotunheimen, and visit the fjords to the west, but wonder whether that will be too rushed and we should pick two of the three areas instead.
1) Should we pick 2 of 3? If so, which 2 are the best choice? Are two areas (e.g. Jotunheimen and west fjords) more similar, so that we would get more variety doing only one of the two?
2) Alternatively, is the below itinerary reasonable or will we feel too rushed?
We fly into Oslo and out of Bergen. We were thinking:
Day 1-3: Oslo --> fly + ferry to Lofoten, then spend two full days
Day 4: Ferry + fly to Trondheim, spend half day to break up travel
Day 5-7: Drive Trondheim to Jotunheimen, spend half day, next full day, and next half day hiking. Evening drive to fjords on day 7.
Day 8-9: Fjords (where to go / base ourselves?), Day 9 evening transport to Bergen
Day 10: Bergen (night flight out of Bergen)