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Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt

Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Visit Trondheim Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim Read more: Lian Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Jørn Adde, Trondheim Kommune
Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Visit Trondheim
Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim
Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim
Read more: Lian
Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt Photo: Jørn Adde, Trondheim Kommune

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In summer as well as winter, Bymarka entices us with the beauty and variety of its countryside. The people of Trondheim make the most of it. There is a varied and well developed network of trails:


- 60 km (nearly 40 miles) of gravel paths

- 80 km (50 miles) of ordinary paths with no regular maintenance

- 250 km (150 miles) of ski tracks that are prepared, including
- 250 km (150 miles) of ski tracks that are prepared, including
- 6 floodlit tracks from 2 - 10 km (1.2 - 6 miles)

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Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt

In summer as well as winter, Bymarka entices us with the beauty and variety of its countryside. The people of Trondheim make the most of it. There is...

Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt

Source: Visitnorway

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