From Karasjok you first take the E6 to Olderfjord, where you change to the European route E69, which leads directly to the North Cape. Once you have passed the North Cape tunnel, which leads under the sea to the "North Cape Island", a detour to Honningsvåg in the west of the island is worthwhile. The picturesque fishing boats are beautiful to look at and Hurtigroute ships call at the site every day. The place is about 40 km from the North Cape, so many cruise ships land here in the summer months. Their passengers then set out on day trips once to the North Cape and back.
We want to buy provisions in Honningsvåg and quickly charge our e-car for the last time with 150 kW before we continue to the North Cape Basecamp, where we have booked for two nights.
Everything works as desired, we load quickly (see photo) and finally head north to arrive at the base camp after about 40 kilometers, where we are greeted by reindeer. The base camp is located on a frozen lake at the entrance to Skarsvåg, a small town that - also due to the currently cloudy weather - conveys an apocalyptic mood. However, we like that a lot and are already looking forward to the "end of the world" at the North Cape. However, we save the last seven kilometers there for the next day, as we want to arrive at the North Cape early, before it becomes a Mecca for campers during the day.