Meet the spring season at the coast of Trøndelag, Norway!
Easter represents the transition to the spring season at the coast of Trøndelag, Norway. The light is back – just as great in sunshine as in storm. Many are fascinated by the diverse light, it may shift from minute to minute.
See Instagram photos from the coast of Trøndelag, Norway.
The birds are here – it’s officially spring!
A sign of spring is when the oyster catcher bird comes back from areas around the southern North Sea. The characteristic sound kubik, kubik, kubik is heard on the beaches where it searches for food.
Walk along the shore and observe the bird life! It will give you a great nature and photographic experience. The Ørland Wetlands Centre provides you with professional insight into the various species you may find in the region.
Bring your family, rent a boat if you have boating experience, or join for a organized fishing trip in a group with others.
Bring your camera – maybe you get a big fish on the hook ..
Join for a fishing trip around Frøya and Hitra with people who know where the good fishing spots are. Bring some friends and talk to those who know the area well.
Hitra Tourist Service also help with information.
Kayaking in the archipelago
Many people prefer to be as close to the sea as possible. Then kayaking is a good option! Ansnes Brygger at Hitra offers guided tours by kayak.
Eagle, seal and whale safari
Did you know that coast of Trøndelag, Norway, is a superb place to observe eagles?
If you are lucky you can see eagles sail on the air masses close to you ..
“Rogers Adventurous World» at Frøya take you on a triple safari – experience eagles, seals and porpoises! Frøya has over 5,000 islets and reefs. Among these you will find old fishing villages and bird colonies. Watch movie.
At Bessaker, Roan you can join in for an fishing trip at the ocean. Maybe you will see eagles, seals and whales? Although the latter is the more rare the opportunities are surely there.
Get on the bike – it’s springtime!
Tighten the chain, fill air in the tires, try your bike – ready? If yes, this region of Norway is an good option!
On a bike ride between Garten over Storfosna to Kråkvåg you will experience nature closeup. The ocean is constantly by your side or not far away. Ørland Kultursenter rents bikes and provides cycling maps.
Cave exploring, bouldering and white beaches
Combine cave exploring and ocean views on a trip to Harbak, Åfjord. Go into the famous Harbak Cave! You can go about 100 m inwards – an exciting experience! Bring a flashlight and a camera.
Harbak is a reknowned place for mountaineering and bouldering (climbing without ropes over rocks and cliffs). But you can walk along a path and stairs up to the cave – about 20 min.
Short Traveled Culinary
Coastal Norway is a center for culinary experiences based on local produce from the ocean.
Go for a culinary journey at the coast of Trøndelag, Norway, where you can have taste sensations from dishes based on salmon, crab, crayfish, scallops, shellfish, and more.
Enjoy the goodies from the ocean!
And how about sitting on the quayside and have a cold beer or other refreshing drinks – whether you choose Knarren Kro at Hitra, The Beach Bar at Stokkøya, Bryggekaféen in Råkvåg or other great places by the coast ..
Sleep well after eventful days
Lodging possibilities on Trøndelagskysten varies from cabins to hotels. There are various options whether you come as a family, group of friends or you are here on a business trip.
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