oscar takes us on a hike towards the top of Segla Mountain on Senja Island, Norway. As Senja is not yet that popular among travel destinations in North-Norway, the island represents a great alternative to the prominent archipelago of Lofoten and takes you even further north. Starting from close nearby Fjordgård village, the peak of Segla can be reached via a moderately easy walkable and guided path in about 3 hours. Once you reach the top, Segla rewards you with a scenic 360° view over the green rocks and fjords of Mjelfjorden and ultimetely across the ocean – peacefully presenting itself 640 meters down below from the western cliff. Segla is also called the “sail” of Senja thanks to its sail-like rock shape.