How would you like to drive on this road?
This undated postcard, published by Normanns Kunstforlag, features a view of a "high mountain passage" in Norway. It states that the photograph was taken in June. (Presumably, this road becomes impassable during the winter.)
It's possible, though I can't be sure, that this was taken along the Sognefjellet National Tourist Route. According to www.VisitNorway.com, the Sognefjellet is the highest mountain pass in northern Europe. At its peak, the 67-mile route is about 4,700 feet above sea level. Along the way, travelers will see a fjord, mountains, rivers, waterfalls. And they can stay at historic hotels that date to the 18th and 19th centuries. Sounds like a pretty dandy vacation.
Here are some more links to help fuel your Norwegian travel daydreams: