Hiking/Trekking

Hiking As a form of restitution

I often get comments about spending a lot of time in nature and the mountains. A lot of people don’t really understand where I find the time, and they feel like I am always in nature in some way. From my end, I feel I am never out there enough. I prioritize the outdoors as much as I possibly can, but I never get enough of it. To most, my trips can seem exhausting. Many comment that one has to be fit and in shape to do all of this. Is this so? Do you really need to be to enjoy nature or climb mountains?

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Hiking/Trekking

What to bring and how to dress on your next hike

Hello everyone, today I want to share with you my packing list when I am going on hikes for a day or for several days.

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Hiking/Trekking

Crossing the Greenland Icecap

Hi! I am Hedvig, and I just finished crossing the Greenland icecap on skis. By the sound of that introduction, you probably think that I’m one of those people who was born with skis on my feet. That I grew up in the mountains. That cold temperature is like a close friend of mine. Well, it’s not at all like that.

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Hiking/Trekking

Parad Ice Moon

A unique honeymoon in the high Arctic

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Hiking/Trekking

Nepal for ice and fly

An expedition combining mountaineering and paragliding in Nepal, where true cultural change and Himalayas discovery feels appealing after these times of uncertainty.

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Hiking/Trekking

Lofoten’s wild side

While the physical aspects of Norway’s favorite arctic archipelago often catch the eye from the outset, there is a vibrant and extraordinary ecosystem thriving all around.

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Hiking/Trekking

How to have a nature friendly campsite

Norrøna ambassador and ecologist, Charles Post, gives us 5 easy steps on what to do or not to keep your campsite nature friendly.

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Hiking/Trekking

Take a solo trip before your summer holiday with the family!

Just imagine having two days available to yourself before the summer break begins. What would you do?

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Hiking/Trekking

The hiking gear your closet is missing

Functional, Durable, Lightweight and Sustainable. Here’s how to dress for Hiking without sacrificing style.

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Hiking/Trekking

5 beautiful reasons why we love hiking

By Norrøna Ambassadors Charles Post and Rachel Pohl

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Hiking/Trekking

Hiking As a form of restitution

I often get comments about spending a lot of time in nature and the mountains. A lot of people don’t really understand where I find the time, and they feel like I am always in nature in some way. From my end, I feel I am never out there enough. I prioritize the outdoors as much as I possibly can, but I never get enough of it. To most, my trips can seem exhausting. Many comment that one has to be fit and in shape to do all of this. Is this so? Do you really need to be to enjoy nature or climb mountains?

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

What to bring and how to dress on your next hike

Hello everyone, today I want to share with you my packing list when I am going on hikes for a day or for several days.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

Crossing the Greenland Icecap

Hi! I am Hedvig, and I just finished crossing the Greenland icecap on skis. By the sound of that introduction, you probably think that I’m one of those people who was born with skis on my feet. That I grew up in the mountains. That cold temperature is like a close friend of mine. Well, it’s not at all like that.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

Parad Ice Moon

A unique honeymoon in the high Arctic

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

Nepal for ice and fly

An expedition combining mountaineering and paragliding in Nepal, where true cultural change and Himalayas discovery feels appealing after these times of uncertainty.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

Lofoten’s wild side

While the physical aspects of Norway’s favorite arctic archipelago often catch the eye from the outset, there is a vibrant and extraordinary ecosystem thriving all around.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

How to have a nature friendly campsite

Norrøna ambassador and ecologist, Charles Post, gives us 5 easy steps on what to do or not to keep your campsite nature friendly.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

Take a solo trip before your summer holiday with the family!

Just imagine having two days available to yourself before the summer break begins. What would you do?

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

The hiking gear your closet is missing

Functional, Durable, Lightweight and Sustainable. Here’s how to dress for Hiking without sacrificing style.

Keep reading →
Hiking/Trekking

5 beautiful reasons why we love hiking

By Norrøna Ambassadors Charles Post and Rachel Pohl

Keep reading →