Norway Sports & Outdoors

  • Holmenkollen in Oslo
    Holmenkollen in Oslo
    by hopang
  • Holmenkollen in Oslo
    Holmenkollen in Oslo
    by hopang
  • Sports & Outdoors
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Norway Sports & Outdoors

  • Skiing

    Trondheim Sports & Outdoors

    Warm-Weather Ski-Jumping is not for everyone, and especially not for me... so my tip is aimed at watching this sport, rather than practising it.... watching means that you can do it in summer, too - and maybe it is even mroe ipressive as this very young jumpers jump and land on "slippery plastic" runs... The Granåsen Ski Jump is the place for it -...

  • Biking/hiking

    Trondheim Sports & Outdoors

    Bymarka is Trondheim’s green belt. In summer and winter, Bymarka entices us with the beauty and variety of its countryside. It is easily accessible and the place where many a Trondhjemmer goes for a little peace and tranquilty among the hills and pines. The wiew from some of the hills is worth a hard trip to the top. Gråkallen, Geitfjellet and...

  • Rago - most inaccessible national park...

    There are marked trails. Well, they are marked with yellow, green and red colour! These colours are abundant in the autumn nature, so do not get lost! I had some troubles to follow the green trail in August. Partially because we (me and my friend) started the hiking from a self-service cabin before 3 a.m. due to mosquitoes attacks during the...

  • Watching ski jumping at Holmenkollen

    Holmenkollen is located on the outskirts of the city of Oslo, approximately 20 minutes drive from the city center. We went to Oslo during a winter from Göteborg in Sweden just to watch ski jumping at its best. It was one of the World Cup's events in ski jumping calender. We have seen ski jumping on television before several times but watching live...

  • Easter in Hemsedal

    Slopes are pretty average and great for learner to intermediates. Some reds and blacks if you like a bit more of a challenge though. Decent board park too.Best bit though, is the Hemsedal Cafe afterwards. Absolutely magic if you're young, foolish, love rock music and don't mind getting exceedingly drunk & drenched in other's drinks. One of the best...

  • Hiking on the cheap - base camp in Oslo

    With a maximum of 4 hrs travel out of Oslo to reach a hiking area, you will have access to major wilderness areas of Hardangervidda, Skrim, Blefjell, Norefjell, Gudbrandsdalen south, Gausdal Vestfjell, Valdres, Jotunheimen (south). The hiking possibilities are immense, and you can stay in a tent in the wilderness. On the cheap you can also fly, try...

  • Norwegian Skateboarding

    From this skateboard resource webiste, you can find general information about skateboarding in Norway. Available information include; skatespot guide, trick tip guide, skateshop maps, pictures, videos, links and much much more.. Bring your webbrowser to surf the pages..

  • Norway Skatespot Guide

    This skatespot guide will help you find more information on how to find updated information on skatespots in Norway. Most places do not lend/rent out equipment, so bring your own. Check the official pages where available for current status on renting and opening hours.

  • To climb the Briksdalsbreen Glacier

    One of the most exciting activity you can do in Norway is to climb the spectacular blue ice of Briksdal glacier. All trips depart from the starting point by the souvenir shop at Briksdalen. You can chose short or long hikes and special tours with iceclimbing. More information on the site shows in the page.

  • Summer sports in Lillehammer

    Both Birkebeineren Ski Stadium and Lysgardsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena can be also used during summer.Birkebeineren Ski Stadium is a good starting point for hiking, jogging and mountain-biking, while Lysgardsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena's K120 hill can be used for summer ski jumping.

  • Rafting

    Norway is a paradise for rafting's fans!Challenging white rivers with plenty of water sprays offer the real experience of high speed and excitement in the fjords area.

  • Fishing in Norway

    Norway's fjords are a paradise for fishing fans.The long rivers with a good salmon resources, but also other types of fish are to be found in the northern part of the country.The fjord lakes located on the fjord arms and valleys are offering good opportunities for inland fishing and also good stocks of trout and char. For the fishing fans the...

  • Hiking trails around Stryn

    Stryn, and especially Jostedalsbreen, are considered attractive areas for walkers and hikers.The small town in this area are perfect starting points for nice walks to the mountain farms, tall and steep mountains or glaciers.Some of the valley glaciers like Briksdalsbreen, Boyabreen and Nigardsbreen are among the most frequently visited tourist...

  • Skiing all year round!

    Stryn is not only famous for the beautiful fjord landscape, but also for its Summer Ski Centre.Stryn Summer Ski Centre is considered Norway's best summer skiing resort.From mid-may until the beginning of October the sport fans can go skiing on the alpine slopes of the Stryn Summer Ski Centre, while during the winter months there are good skiing...

  • Glacier Walks (Loen)

    Certainly the most interesting thing to do in the glaciers' area is do a special tour with iceclimbing. For enjoying a spectacular blue ice view, numerous hiking trails are covering the glaciers.The tours can be also guided and must be booked in advanced.

  • winther fun

    in the winther u can do a lot of diffrent things likecrosscountrysnowboardingtubogganingdownhil skiingiceskatinghorseskiingsledgesu can either do this in oslo the capitalwww.tryvann.no go somewhere in our many is one example warm clothes and good shoesthe rest u can hire

  • Reindeer Stew You have to Try It!

    This is so good. After your ride you are hungry and Tova makes sure that you are filled with fantastic food. After your ride you return to go into a nice warm Llavo (tipi) to sit on reindeer hides by a nice hot fire and have a delicious reindeer stew, hot coffee and cakeNo it is NOT Rudolph...The taste is mild andyou will want more! Fork and Spoon

  • Dog Sleding At the Villamarkssenter

    What fun this is! Riding through the snow in a sled with the dogs barking gleefully. Snow covered mountains, the light dancing off the snow, crisp air hitting your is magic! After your ride you return to go into a nice warm Llavo (tipi) to sit on reindeer hides by a nice hot fire and have a delicious reindeer stew, hot coffee and cake. The...

  • The Norwegian Mountain Touring...

    this association is marking trail and mangage cabins in the mountainsa membership can easily be a good deal because of the discount on cabin etcremeber that the weather in the mountains change fast so good clothes and aquipment is importanton the west coast u will find high mountains and deap fjords in east norway u will see the forrest and a bit...

  • Svellnosbreen Glacier Tour

    Organised from the Spitursluten Hostel you can go on a tour of the Svellnosbreen Glacier.The tour costs 150kr.You need to be reasonably fit, the hike to the glacier takes an hour and a half and you spend the whole day on rough terrain.You do get to magical ice pillars, caves, and explore a crevasse. The hostel provides crampons and rope. However,...

  • Sea Kayaking Outfitters in Norway

    Vetle-Kroken: the beautiful Naeroyfjord, an arm of the Sognefjord.www.vetle-kroken.comTromsø Villmarkssenter: Tromsø and sourroundings. Various sea kayka trips, combination with other North norway wilderness experiences. May not accept individual kayak hire.

  • Fishing in Norway - Part 2

    Part 2)In September-October, however, you are in for an excellent season for an underrated fish called Arctic Greyling - "harr" in Norwegian. This fish is a relative of the trout, but more silvery and closer to the whitefish in looks. It's an avid insect eater and is easy to catch by flyfishing. But it takes small spoons, spinners and worms, too....

  • Fishing in Norway Part 1

    Part 1) Here is a run-down on the essentials. For freshwater and saltwater fishing you do not need a licence from the state, with the following exception: fishing for salomon, sea trout and sea char. These are anaedrome fishes that migrate seasonally between fresh water and salt water. For these types of fish you need to buy a state licence at post...

  • Canoeing in Norway

    Canoeing can be done all over Norway. There are no regulations (apart from drying off your canoe thoroughly between each water course) that you need to observe.Any prohibitions should be signposted and would be restricted drinking water sources, aquaculture nets, the danger zones of hydroelectric plants' water intakes and some sensitive salomon...

  • Sea kayaking the Norwegian coast

    Sea kayaking is virtually unknown as an activity for visitors here, but the possibilities are enourmous. A couple of companies, typically with foreign entrepreneurial spirit have established three focal points (just check internet for this), but your options are not limited to those. Anywhere along the coast where there's a bit of shelter from the...

  • Bicycling - Rallarvegen (Rallarroad)

    There is a lot of nice places to bicycle.I will recommand the Rallarvegen because the nature is so fantastic, you get away from the busy roads and you can just enjoy the nature.If you are not well trained it will be best to take the train to Finse, rent a bike there and cycle to Myrdal. Have a good night rest at Myrdal Bed and Breakfast or in...

  • Scuba Diving

    There is a lot of nice places in Norway for diving. The best parts is the north of Norway and West of Norway.It is possible to dive also in Oslo, but there is not so much to see. Especially in summer. You can rent all equipment on one of the diveshops around in Norway.On places where they do not have diveshops it will be best to bring your own...

  • Beach at the Artic Ocean

    As we reached the Nordkapp, we put our swimming suits and headed towards the beach. People looked at us as if we were crazy. It was bloody cold, but we came here to swimm at the Artic Ocean and we were gonna do it. All around the Nordkapp there are huge cliffs, so we had to find a way down till we got to a pebble beach where we had our bath. The...

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