Hiking and Trekking in Norway
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Hiking and Trekking in Norway

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Created: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - Departure: Sunday, September 22, 2019
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Created: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - Departure: Sunday, September 22, 2019
Destinations: Bodø, Tromsø, Stavanger
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22 Sep
1.

Bodø

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About the city:Bodø is a town and a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Salten and it is the capital of Nordland county. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Bodø. Other villages in Bodø include Misvær, Skjerstad, Saltstraumen, Løding, Løpsmarka, Kjerringøy, Sørvær, and Fenes. Bodø, located just north of the Arctic Circle, is the largest urban area and city in Nordland county, and the second-largest in North Norway. The 1,395-square-kilometre (539 sq mi) municipality is the 62nd largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. Bodø is the 16th most populous municipality in Norway with a population of 51,022. The municipality's population density is 38.9 inhabitants per square kilometre (101/sq mi) and its population has increased by 12% over the last decade.[
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23 Sep

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Hiking Day Trip to Keiservarden, Classic & Easy Hike in Bodo, Northern Norway
Hiking Day Trip to Keiservarden, Classic & Easy Hike in Bodo, Northern Norway
4 to 6 hours 10:00
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24 Sep

Transport from Bodø to Tromsø

Wideroe Wideroe - WF618
21:55 - Bodo, Bodo (BOO)
22:45 - Tromso, Langnes (TOS)
50m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: WF618
Cabin Class: Economy
24 Sep
2.

Tromsø

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About the city:Tromso is the administrative, commercial, and educational centre of northern Norway. It is the seventh largest city in Norway by population, and is home of the world's northernmost university, brewery and botanical garden. The town is located about 350 km north of the Arctic Circle so it has both midnight sun and polar night. Tromsø is reputed to be one of the best places in Europe from which to see the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. The beautiful cathedral, one of the largest wooden churches in Norway, is located in the centre of town in a small square with some interesting statues and sculptures. Wander down Storgatan to the marketplace, where mellow music plays, and the air redolent with coffee, fresh bread, and strawberries. The Tromso museum features ethnographic exhibits on the independent cultures of Lapland. The Polar Museum, next door, has exhibits on the story of the Arctic region with an emphasis on the lives of early hunters, trappers and explorers. Tromsdalen Kirke, popularly known as the “Arctic Cathedral”, is not in fact a cathedral at all, but the parish church of the Tromsøysund part of Tromso. It was built in 1965, mainly of concrete, and is designed to look like slabs of ice. The church is one of the most famous landmark in Tromsø. Tromso is a compact, friendly, and lively town with a picturesque setting on an island. The city has more than its share of restaurants, pubs, clubs and theatres to entertain locals and foreigners. Tromso is definitely the cultural capital of northern Norway.
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24 Sep

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Touring-Trekking Bicycle Rental in Tromso - 1 to 2 Days
Touring-Trekking Bicycle Rental in Tromso - 1 to 2 Days
2 days Touring-Trekking Bike, 1 day
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25 Sep

Transport from Tromsø to Stavanger

Wideroe Wideroe
17:10 - Tromso, Langnes (TOS)
20:25 - Stavanger, Sola (SVG)
3h 15m 1 PC 1 Stop
WF
Wideroe - WF 627
17:10 - Tromso, Langnes (TOS)
19:15 - Bergen, Flesland (BGO)
Flight: WF627
Cabin Class: Economy
Connection in Bergen, Flesland (BGO)
30m
WF
Wideroe - WF 547
19:45 - Bergen, Flesland (BGO)
20:25 - Stavanger, Sola (SVG)
Flight: WF547
Cabin Class: Economy
25 Sep
3.

Stavanger

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About the city:Stavanger is Norway's fourth largest city and in recent years, has become the oil capital of Norway. Despite the rapid growth of the town caused by North Sea exploration, Stavanger has managed to retain its old charm while offering all the things you would expect in a modern town. The central area around Vågen harbour is usually bustling with activity, mostly during the summer months. There are a number of bars and cafes and places to eat. The old part of town, Gamle Stavanger, is a lovely collection of old houses built in traditional Norse style. The historic centre of Stavanger includes several artisan workshops and the Norwegian Canning Museum. There are said to be 173 white cottages dating from the 1800's in this area. It is the largest surviving wooden house settlement in northern Europe. The fantastic Cathedral of Stavanger is placed right in the middle of the town, between the main harbour and Breiavatnet Lake. The overall aspect is Romanic but the eastern side is clearly gothic, with all the specific elements included. The Norsk Oljemuseum shows its interesting face starting from its architecture. The museum is located in an impressive building down the harbour and tells you the history of the petrol in the North Sea and gives an insight into the industry. Outside the central area, there are lots of parks, open spaces and cycleways to explore the impressive scenery in the area. There are lots of things to do in Stavanger itself, which has its own theatre, museums and concert hall. During the summer months, various festivals take place and the centre of town buzzes with activity.
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26 Sep

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Guided hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
Guided hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
9 hours Guided hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
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