Utøya is a small, lush island in the Tyrifjorden, about an hour’s drive north of Oslo. It’s best known as the site of the Norwegian Labour Party’s annual youth summer camp, which was the target of a horrific terrorist attack in 2011. Today, the island is a place of pilgrimage for the victims’ families and friends, as well as for anyone seeking to understand the worst atrocity in Norway’s recent history. The camp’s facilities have been rebuilt, and the island is now open to the public. It’s a beautiful, peaceful place, with stunning views across the water to the mountains on the other side.