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Transportation in Norway

How to get around Norway’s diverse landscape of mountains and fjords makes it challenging to always easily access adventures. We hope this guide will help you #getouttt and #stayouttt in nature. Some deals A very affordable way of traveling throughout Lofoten and Bodø is through the Travel Pass Nordland. This […]

What is the right to roam?

Being surrounded by the outdoors no matter what season is deeply ingrained into Norwegian culture. The importance of escaping everyday life for a simpler one and feeling refreshed by nature is still very important to Norwegians. Since 1957 the right to roam law has existed, allowing anyone in Norway to […]

Tips for preparing and adventuring in Norway

Yes we know, Norway is one of the most expensive countries in the world. The good news is that best parts of Norway, nature and outdoors, are free! Once you’ve got the right equipment and know a few hacks, you’ll be able to explore on a budget. We’ve created the […]

How to BBQ picnic like a Norwegian

Pack for a day at the beach, a trip to an island, or just chilling in an open space, here’s how to BBQ picnic like a Norwegian. The Grill Buy a disposable grill, in Norwegian, it’s called an ‘engangsgrill’. It’s an aluminum casserole container that has charcoal, and a metal […]

The outdoors: a top hack for students

Being a student is said to be one of the most exciting times of your life. You are constantly meeting new people, learning new things and clicking ‘attending’ on Facebook event pages. However, this time can also be very stressful and pressurizing, whilst having to cope with course work, projects, […]

How to pack for a day hike

Day trips are a blast because you can see lots of nature and cover a significant amount of land without having to lug around camping gear. Check out Trolltunga for an awesome – if exhausting – day hike. Even though you don’t need as much gear as an overnight trip, […]