To travel along the coast of Trøndelag with kayak or canoe gives you an entirely distinctive experience of closeness to the nature. In some fortunate moments you can experience both screaming eagles that soar up, and herds of porpoise that breaks the surface in front of you.
You can explore the Norwegian wilderness on foot or by ski, bike or sled. However, the best way to experience the rugged expanse of forest and mountains is undoubtedly on horseback. Whether you choose a trek in the forest, or a week-long trip into the mountains, you will leave in awe of the stunning scenery and some of the best riding in Europe.
Or, that's at least how it feels when you have conquered one of the top climbing crags in Trøndelag. When seeking places to climb in the region, you have challenges at high levels in wait. Here you can climb in places that are among the best in the world, the climbers have told us. At Hanshelleren in Flatanger, the climbers have found a treasure of a climbing wall - a cave set within a sprawling granite cathedral. Its dark interior opens like the giant mouth of a Norse god. The cave sports 260 feet of overhanging climbing capped by a 160-foot headwall. Flatanger has turned into one of Scandinavia’s premier crags.
Overcoming your own fear is an exhilarating feeling. Both rafting in the wild rivers and out on the wide fjords will give you the kind of spine-tingling thrills that only close encounters with nature can produce. Take part in some of the most challenging activities found in Trøndelag, if you dare..
Panting and with tongues flapping, six dogs race up the hill. Your heart pounds at the break-neck speed and at the same time you find yourself wanting more. You have a choice of spending the night outdoors or just stop for a filling meal before returning to the kennel. Whether you want a long or short trip, at high or low speed, the experienced dog owners will tailor the trip to your wishes.
What's not to like about spa? The warm hot tubs, the kind people, the large and comfortable bathrobes, a nice and long massage. And maybe best of all, the brand new slippers. Research says that over 60% that comes to Trøndelag, comes for relaxation. So, what are you waiting for?