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Lade walking trail

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Lade walking trail Photo: Visit Trondheim
Lade walking trail Photo: Visit Trondheim
Lade walking trail Photo: Visit Trondheim
Lade walking trail Photo: Visit Trondheim

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The Lade Trail of about 14 km (9 miles) goes along the coast of the Lade peninsula. The trail passes sheltered bays and goes over hilltops providing a wonderful view over the Trondheim fjord, to Fosen and Frosta.

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Lade walking trail - Photo: Visit Trondheim

Lade walking trail

The Lade Trail of about 14 km (9 miles) goes along the coast of the Lade peninsula. The trail passes sheltered bays and goes over hilltops providing a...

Lade walking trail

Source: Visitnorway

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