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Flatanger is a new proving ground for hard sport climbing, and it has been drawing elite climbers from around the world. The area’s Hanshelleren cave...
Bø i Telemark
Scandinavia's largest waterpark, Sommarland in Bø, is one of Telemark's most visited attractions. The park has more than 20 different pools and slides, in all shapes and sizes and is the only waterpark in the world who offers weather guarantee!
Playing on skis is and has always been an integral part of winter life in Morgedal.
Electric fatbike cycling at Bergsjøstølen.
Fatbike is a bike with extra thick and broad deck that makes it possible to cycle in winter and in summer o...
Storvika just outside the city centre is Stjørdal's most popular beach. Facing the Trondheims Fjord, Storvika sees a lot of sun, even late in the eve...
One of Nortern Europe's best sport climbing crags for hard and steep climbing is located in Hell.
Around 80 routes, ranging from 5- to 9+, though most...
In Hafjell you can enjoy both great skiing conditions and have a pleasant skiing experience with your family.
Hell Beach is faced towards the Trondheims Fjord, right by the mouth of the Stjørdals River. Popular swimming and recreation spot for the entire family...
Oksevågen Landstation - Oksevågen has a recent history of whaling, including the legendary whale hunter, Svend Foyn. Whaling in Norwegian Lapland was mainly run from land-based stations, such as in Oksevågen, where a 3-metre long steam boiler still dominates the landscape. A waymarked trail takes visitors from a picnic area with information board, through the world’s northernmost birch forest and to Oksevåg Landing Station. The history of this area forms a part of the “Footprints in the North” project.