Norway

The land of fjords

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Hiking in Norway in general

The Norwegian Trekking Association is the main organ that looks after the paths and the huts.  On their website you will find good information that you need to plan your trip to this beautiful country.

 

For multi-day trips, you need to join the association and you will get the key to enter into the huts (you will have to pay something more to live at the huts).

There are 3 types of huts:

  • staffed lodges (with breakfast and dinner, like a simple hotel)
  • self-service cabins (food will be there, but you have to prepare it yourself... of course you still pay a bit for it, but you do not need to carry it to the cabin, which is nice when you have the extra weight of your kid... ;-)!)
  • no-service cabins (everything you need, except food)

 

 



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Folkehoegskole

9 months long school for anyone 18 and over...

some kind of very long summer camp to learn... about  yourself, outdoors, travelling... 

 

!!! The page is in Norwegian! Go to "Google translate", and on the "text" box copy the link of the webpage.

Click on the new link you will find translated.


My wish list

5 easy hikes with kids, hut to hut...

 

!!! The page is in Norwegian! Go to "Google translate", and on the "text" box copy the link of the webpage.

Click on the new link you will find translated.





Local stores

with cool unique things for the your outdoor child and you


Devold

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Local products

we tried & liked

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