During summer 2016, I cycled 4900 km in 60 days from Pontarlier in France, to the North Cape, in Norway, the northernmost point of continental Europe. I did not detail the trip as thoroughly as my African journey, and summarize the details in this page only.
I went through Germany, taking a train to avoid the area around Frankfurt, then Denmark. I crossed by ferry to Göteborg, from where I cycled most of Sweden until turning left to Mo i Rana in Norway. From Lofoten, I continued hopping from island to island on the Atlantic side until reaching Magerøya, the extreme north.
GPS trace available for download (fidelity: within 25 meters of original trace) : GPX file (2.2 MB).