The Norwegian woods have a special, refreshing quality; especially in the autumn when they sparkle with vibrant colours.
On this incentive trip, you will go on one mushroom-picking and one berry-picking hike to look for cloudberries, blueberries, wild strawberries and lingonberries which will be included in your meal later in the day. The forest hikes are combined with cookery classes, a visit to one of the microbreweries and a food trail along the Nidelven River, where you will taste locally produced drink and food. Dinner is served at a restaurant serving local delicacies.
The Trondheim region is well known for its quality local food producers, and visits to seashell farms or mountain farms can be organised as part of the programme. If you visit between 1 June and 1 September you can also go salmon fishing in the river in the city centre.
Stay overnight in the hotel which has been awarded “Best breakfast in Norway” seven consecutive years, in a hotel with a Norwegian celebrity chef, or why not in Norway’s largest conference hotel with an amazing gourmet restaurant on the ninth floor overlooking the fjord and the city?
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