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Zoutwatervissen voor beginners in Noorwegen. Veel mensen die in Noorwegen terecht komen, willen vroeg of laat toch ook een hengeltje uitwerpen, om te kijken of het echt waar is dat je enorme vissen kunt vangen in de noorse fjorden.

Zoutwatervissen voor beginners in Noorwegen

En ja, het is echt waar. Je kunt enorme vissen vangen in Noorwegen. Er zijn alleen wel een paar dingen waar je op moet letten. Tourist information office for Kristiansund and Nordmøre - Tourist Information Offices - About The Region - Kristiansund & Nordmøre. Op5-2011-fjorden. Summer hiking gear list - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. The Fjord Route - hiking trails - Hiking - What To Do - Kristiansund & Nordmøre. The Fjord Route (Fjordruta) is a unique hiking route - see here for more information of maps. 190 km marked trails with magnificent sea and ocean views, mountain ridges and through lush valleys on the coast. 13 cabins with good standard.

The Fjord Route - hiking trails - Hiking - What To Do - Kristiansund & Nordmøre

Most of the cabins are not far from the road and you can travel to and from by car, bus or taxi. Several of the cabins offer good fishing. Click here to see amazing 360 degrees view from one of the mountains on the Fjord Route, Jurtinden in Tustna.Fjordruta has both demanding and less demanding parts. Most of the routes between the cabins are suitable for families.

Download brocheure of Fjordruta here. General information - The Norwegian Trekking Association. DNT members are given discounts on lodgings at all cabins and on served meals at the staffed lodges.

General information - The Norwegian Trekking Association

They have priority on bunks when cabins are crowded and can borrow cabin keys against a deposit. Lodgings can not always be booked in advance. Everyone who comes to a cabin will have a place to sleep, either in a bunk or on a mattress on the floor if all bunks are taken. The staffed lodges serve meals, but you shouldn't arrive past serving times. Members can book stays of three nights or more at most staffed lodges, except in high seasons, when the cabins are crowded. General information - The Norwegian Trekking Association. PriserEngelsk2013_print.pdf.

Electricity supply, telephones and mobile coverage - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. Most of the staffed lodges and some of the self-service cabins have electricity supply, 230 V 50Hz, though in remote locations away from the national electricity grid, supply may be from diesel generator sets and consequently of limited capacity.

Electricity supply, telephones and mobile coverage - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association

All staffed lodges have telephones or mobile phones. The two national networks of mobile base stations, Telenor and NetCom, provide GSM mobile service in most but not all mountain areas. Updated mobile coverage maps are available on the companies' websites at www.telenormobil.no/dekninginnland/index.do and at www.netcom.no/privat/kundeservice/dekningogutland/kart.html. Both coverage maps are in Norwegian only, but are simple, bringing up local coverage maps by county (fylke) and municipality (kommune). Other mobile service operators use one or the other of these two physical networks. Maps - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. Topographic maps that show the details of terrain as well as trekking routes and lodging facilities are available for all of Norway in suitable scales of 1:50 000 to 1:100 000, with some detailed local maps in scales of 1:25 000. 1:50 000 maps are also available for GPS.

Maps - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association

Maps of the principal trekking areas are collected along with descriptions in a guidebook, Til fots i Norge (Oslo, Cappelen/DNT, 2005, 422 pages plastic cover paperback, ISBN 82-02-25420-5), which regrettably is not available in English. Nonetheless, it is useful even if you don't read Norwegian, as the maps are clear and to international mapmaking standards, and you will see place names on signs and trail markers. Recommended maps are listed in the introductory description of each area Sources. Choosing hiking boots - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association.

Foto: Kjersti Magnussen Good footwear probably is your most important item of gear for mountain hiking.

Choosing hiking boots - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association

Good hiking boots should not only fit your feet, but also should suit your needs. What sort of hikes will you take? If you intend to go on shorter hikes of two to three days with a light pack or on day hikes on good trails in forests and lowlands, your boots need not be as robust as those you might choose for longer hikes with a heavier pack.

Women can choose boots wearing about 1 kg a pair, depending on their foot size and body weight. Be clothing wise - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. Foto: Hilde Løken Magnussen Clothing acts to protect you against weather wind and helps you regulate body warmth.

Be clothing wise - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association

Here are a few hints on how to select clothing that will keep you warm and dry as well as comfortable on a tour. Mountain weather in Norway is unpredictable. It can be warm and pleasant, with sunshine from a cloudless sky. Moments later, it can be grey and gloomy, with pouring rain and cold mist. Layering is best Consider the weather, wind and temperature and your level of activity, and clothe yourself accordingly, in layers: first a layer of underwear, then one or more intermediate layers and, finally, an outer layer.

Experiment a bit, and find what suits you best. 1st layer: Underwear The innermost layer should keep the skin dry and provide insulation. Wool underwear smells much less than synthetic underwear and accordingly may be a good choice whenever you wear the same garment for many days. 2nd layer: Intermediate garments. Loading your pack - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. Foto: DNT Oslo og Omegn Loading a pack is not as simple as it may seem at the outset, but there are a few guidelines for orderly loading that makes a pack easier to carry.

Loading your pack - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association

Save for light items, such as a sleeping pad, you should load all items into your pack. Place heavier items close in to the back. For on-foot hiking in summer, many prefer to have heavy items high up in the pack. Put your sleeping bag at the bottom of the pack. Loading a pack for skiing If you will ski with a pack, place heavier items close in to the back, low down in the pack, to keep its weight centre low. The Norwegian Mountain Code - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. Foto: Mari Kolbjørnsrud.

The Norwegian Mountain Code - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association

Summer hiking gear list - Useful tips - The Norwegian Trekking Association. Summer2015_low. Safety in the Norwegian Mountains during Summer EN & DE. Safety in the Norwegian Mountains during Summer EN & DE. Tips hiken Noorwegen. Hutten: Den Norske Turistforening (DNT) DNT is een grote outdoor organisatie in Noorwegen.

Tips hiken Noorwegen

Over het hele land hebben ze 460 hutten neergezet. Van hut naar hut zijn er verschillende gemarkeerde wandelroutes. In de hutten is vaak ook eten te krijgen, maar niet altijd. The Fjord Route - Hiking From Cabin To Cabin - Hiking - What To Do - FjordNorway. With a fantastic and varied fjord landscape and a network of self-catering cabins, you can walk straight from the airport at Kristiansund.

The route takes hikers through a varied landscape; from sea though the cultural landscape and forest terrain into the untouched mountains. The Fjord Route. Photo: Terje Rakke, Nordic Life, Fjord Norway The 13 cabins and good connections means you can make the hike exactly as long as you want. Fjordruta_Brosjyre. The fjord route. The Fjord Route. Hiking in the Nordic countries. Hiking in the Nordic countries In the Nordic countries of Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden there are large sparsely populated areas suitable for wilderness backpacking and multiple day lodge-to-lodge hiking, and areas for day hikes even near most towns and villages.

The freedom to roam, also called right to access or, in Swedish, allemansrätten (every man's rights), gives access for anyone to most of the nature. In the winter, which may mean from January to February or from October to May, depending on the destination, cross country skiing is the way to go, at least for the longer distances in many areas. At destinations with hiking trails, there are often skiing tracks in the winter. Some of the advice below is also relevant for other ways to explore the natural landscape. For Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Svalbard, see their own articles, for Denmark also Primitive camping in Denmark. Destinations[edit] Fire is needed by the newcomer Whose knees are frozen numb; Understand[edit]