We love Norway and can organise hikes in the Trollheim and Sylan areas at your request.
Norway – why would you? Trolls, mountains, sea, ice climbing at Rjukan, yes, but lets face it, its too expensive – isn’t it? Well once you take into account that Norwegian air and Scandinavian air (SAS) are one of the best budget airlines, and that there are very cheap deals at the moment from the UK to Oslo, the local hub, maybe not. Alcohol is eyewateringly expensive, accommodation quite so, but for a short haul destination offering the wildness of Norway, a long weekend here is definitely attractive. Short duration means the expensive accommodation is only used for a short while, you can buy duty free on the plane, it all starts looking much more doable. Other ways to make it possible are to come outside the Norwegian summer season, aim to avoid the tourist hotspots and wildcamp
The Norwegians are very well organised with huts – the DNT is a national organisation of the 500 mountain huts ranging from emergency shelters to luxurious Fjellstasjons, and the local office in Trondheim has very helpful staff. While DNT is the national organisation, it is administered locally by Trondelad Turistfening (SP) which manages the areas of Trondelag, Sylan and Trollheim.
A 2 day hike from Norway to Sweden and back again! You can add an extra day on to summit a mountain top.
Huge views, loads of reindeer, big sweeping views and 2 countries and huts with built in saunas
The Trollheim Triangle
Beautiful Norwegian scenery with a little bit of everything - moorland filled with berries, satisfying hikes up mountains and along valleys, lots of rivers and conveniently placed huts along the way. A really satisfying hike