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We did a self tour in Norway in July 2023, spending 4 nights in Bergen. One of our full days, we rode the funicular up Mt Fløyen and spent the day hiking. There are multiple trails/paths from the arrival area. The main path is more like a country road, but no vehicular traffic. There are various smaller paths off the main "trail" - we took a couple. Ranged from an easy stroll to a path that was narrower with roots, simple rock scramble, and unevenness. Nothing difficult that we encountered. The hiking and funicular arrival point above Bergen offer views of the harbor and city. As we hiked inland, there were options to continue to a ski lift area farther away.
We had perfect weather. If not so lucky, the entire venture would have been worthless. Quite honestly, Rick's itinerary "thrilling views of Bergen, islands, and fjords" is hyped in my mind. Yes, it was scenic. Beyond that? I don't know. I suppose it depends on a traveler's previous experiences.
Looking at Rick's itinerary, you can easily do the Norway in a Nutshell as an independent traveler as we, and most others, did. Rick provides you with an overpriced Oslo Pass and suggests various museums. I priced the pass out for our visit - it would not have paid off and I wonder how it is cost effective for his tours. My guess is that it is simply expedient. We toured Oslo's Fram Museum, Maritime Museum, and Kon-Tiki Museum by ourselves - very easy. Similarly, we visited the Open-Air Folk Museum on our own. Rick misses mentioning Oslo's Munch Museum which might be of interest to many.
I've had multiple visits to Copenhagen and environs. Denmark is so very easy to travel independently. I would have put together different spots than Rick picks. Again, I can see the expediency.
I can't comment on Sweden. Too little experience.