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Pilegrimsleden St.Olavs way Photo: David Tett / trondelag.com
Pilegrimsleden St.Olavs way.
Photo: David Tett / trondelag.com

Nordic nature, medieval roots

Trondheim has a rich history, a lively cultural life and pristine nature. Explore our incentive programme suggestions below and relax the Nordic way.

Aerial view of Trondheim
Trondheim.
Photo: Mykola Ksenofontov

Find out more

Visit Trondheim AS

Address:
c/o DIGS
Krambugata 2 
N-7011 Trondheim

Email: congress@visittrondheim.no

Website: visittrondheim.no/meetings 

Urban kayaking

  • Go kayaking as a group on the fjord or the Nidelven river with Trondheim Kajakk
  • ​You will stop for food and drink on the way

Genuine Viking adventure

  • After dressing up as Vikings, a guide will take you to the local woods
  • Each group will be given tasks such as making a fire, creating a shelter, and cooking a Viking lunch

Art experience

A guide will take you on an art adventure to local art museums.

  • The tour ends at Trondheim art museum, where all participants/groups will create their own painting
  • A jury will choose the best artwork
Two people in kayaks along the river in Trondheim
Kayak in Trondheim.
Photo: Jarle Hagen

Sailing on the ocean

  • The team at Crazy Coyote Events will take the group sailing on the fjord
  • Everyone will get their specific tasks on board
  • Food and drink will be served on the way

Square sail boat tour

A sailing adventure with the coastal museum Kystens Arv, located across the fjord.

  • At Kystens Arv, they build boats like they did back in the 1700s
  • Learn the story behind these traditional wooden boats
  • Take part in a rowing competition
  • Go fishing and learn how to prepare your own lunch

Fishing competition on the Trondheim fjord

The group board the boats in Trondheim harbour.

  • During the following hours, they have to catch as much fish as possible
  • The group that catch the most fish wins
  • Learn how to prepare the fish for lunch
RIB boats in Trondheim.
Photo: Crazy Coyote

Hunting for mushrooms and berries in the autumn

  • A guide will take you to the local woods
  • Learn about and pick wild berries and mushrooms
  • Make a dish with what you found at a local restaurant

Hiking in the local woods – just 10 minutes away

  • A guide will take the group to the local woods
  • The tour can be tailored to fit the participants’ physical condition
  • Activities on route include building a camp and cooking
  • Option to include Pilates, yoga etc in the woods

Local food trail – lunch or dinner

  • Walk through the city centre with a guide and visit three different restaurants
  • You will have the starter in the first restaurant, the main course in the second and dessert in the third
  • Learn about the restaurants and their different concepts on the way
Blueberry picking in Trondheim.
Photo: Jarle Hagen

Vintage tram to Lian restaurant

  • Enjoy an aperitif and local snacks on the vintage tram, which will take you to Lian restaurants in the woods
  • Learn traditional cooking and make your own lunch or dinner with local produce

Enjoy the Aquavit trail

Trondheim is the origin of the Linie Aquavit spirit.

  • The group will visit the Aquavit bar where to learn about and taste different brands
  • They will then go to a local restaurant for a cookery class with Aquavit as an ingredient

Be a rock star for a day

At Rockheim, Norway’s national museum for pop and rock music, you can experience what it's like to be a rock star.

  • Create your own band together with local artists – all parts of the museum will be used
  • Performances take place on stage during event dinner
Vintage tram in Trondheim.
Photo: Tom Gustavsen
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