58: Travel Tips for an Outdoors Vacation in Norway

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Life in Norway Show Episode 58: Agathe from Find Your Norway joins the show to chat about planning a hiking trip in Norway.

Today I'm joined by Agathe, originally from France but now living in Trondheim and working as an architect. But it's her passion for exploring the outdoors that is the topic of the show today.

Hiking trip in the fjord Norway region.
Hiking trip in the fjord Norway region. Photo: Agathe Ledoux.

Agathe has written a book called Find Your Norway, full of tips for planning an outdoors vacation. On the show, we look at why you should look beyond the popular hiking trails and tips for first-time visitors.

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Experience the outdoors in Norway

The mountains and the fjords of Norway attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year—at least in normal times. But a hiking trip isn't like a simple city break. It takes careful planning to get the best experience.

Agathe hiking in the Norway fjords.
Agathe hiking in the fjord region. Photo: Agathe Ledoux.

Agathe enjoys nothing more than getting away from the city and exploring hiking trails throughout the country. Now she's sharing her love of Norway with a much wider audience through her popular Instagram profile and new book.

On the show, we talk about:

  • How the love of the outdoors brought Agathe from France to Norway
  • Why you shouldn't necessarily visit the famous hiking spots
  • How to experience the outdoors during a city break
  • Travel tips for first-time visitors to Norway
  • …and much more

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About David Nikel

Originally from the UK, David now lives in Trondheim and was the original founder of Life in Norway back in 2011. He now works as a professional writer on all things Scandinavia.

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