Autumn is well on its way in the county and this time I opted for a hike in a mountain area I have not hiked before, parking at Gilja and then heading north. A very calm and quiet Sunday afternoon today with neither rain nor wind, something we do not get too often this
Tag: The Norwegian Trekking Association
The Stavanger Trekking Association is a progressive outdoor activities organization. The “Kvitlen” cabin is one of their fairly new and modern cabins with a smart layout – so much so that usually all seven bedrooms are booked well in advance. Do not be afraid though, there are several mattresses on the loft if you want to hike in but all beds are booked.
This weekend I was fortunate to be a host on behalf of STF here. Driving in to park the car in the lush and
Frey must have been in a particularly bad mood today, dishing out four seasons in a day on our little group of six people on our hike in the Madland area, forty minutes drive south of Stavanger. Wellies were the order of the day, as were rain proof clothing from top to toe 🙂 P.s. All images can be clicked on for full size.
The parking is at appx. 400m msl and we all
The Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) has made an informative video on how to use their cabins. With more than 500 cabins spread across Norway of which 200 are self-service, knowing your way about how these work is important.
Watch this video to learn more.
An overnight hiking trip in Norway this weekend from the Stavtjørn resort to the Stavanger Trekking Association self service cabin at Støle. Sun, no rain for weeks and weeks and more cloudberries than people on the way in – but I did notice that the Norwegian minister of health had visited a few days ago, proof enough that
It is not often that I go for a long dayhike after work, but this time the weather was too nice for it to pass up. I have hiked this trip several times before and it is amongst my favourites with its varied landscape and beautiful nature. This time I was lucky and met
Check out this video from the Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) showing how their cabin system is set up and how you and your fellow hikers can use it if you are hiking in Norway. DNT have more than 500 cabins that are mostly self-service and
On the UN day for the visually impaired, Stavanger Trekking Association together with the Norwegian Association of the Blind set up a hike to the Dalsnuten peak outside the municipality of Sandnes and Stavanger. I participated as a hiking guide and as usual a lot