Autumn travelling

A few pics from last couple of weeks...

Estenstaddammen in Trondheim, small lake full of trout
it was time to visit the Czech republic for a few days
to check Master's Hammer
and friends

to learn some new mushrooms
to see the autumn in Hranice

and in Brno

go back to Trondheim to jump on the train back south to Oslo

We loved that 7 hours train journey. Somewhere around Støren

somewhere behind Oppdal

in the fog

and more fog
out of fog

into Mjøsa lake, the biggest one in Norway with 20 kg trout living there

closer to Oslo

Oslo was amazing

and quickly to Hague for a conference
and enjoy almost the summer again
and back to Trondheim...


Windy weekend in Silermoen, next to Forra river. Autumn colors, hunters, feeling of wilderness.
3,6 km long wooden path goes  from Risvolan parking to Vigdvatnet
from Vigdvatnet it is 3 km to reach Forra river 
Forra river - calm and clear beauty, should be full of big trout. We must come again to get them.  I encountered a pair of big moose here...they jumped into the river in front of my boat and swam over. Alaska moment...


Weekend in Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella national park, hoping to get a big trout. Autumn in progress, mushrooms, cloudberries, lots of wind, mud, wet land and of course very good company...
we stayed in Langvatnet cabin. The rent includes motor boat too.


my mum visited Trondheim for long weekend

We decided to experience a classical Norwegian cabin trip. So we drove to Linndalen (location here) to spend two nights in nice small cabin Uroa next to Linndalsvatna.
Saturday's hike to Svarthaugvatna
no people, great views, amazing weather on the top (1200 m) and during the whole weekend
and nice fishing in the lakes
on the way down we visited old farm Gammelsetra
and fished little bit in Linndøla river
on Sunday we did 8km long round hike in Åmotan. Beautifull meeting point of four rivers and glacier valleys, with three impressive waterfalls
we started from Jenstad farm. People have been farming here from 1600
first waterfall on our way, Svøfallfallet, has 156 m
after steep "climb" we reached another old farm named Lundlia
and continued to another waterfall
Lindalsfallet, 110m. During 3 hours hike, with amazing weather  we met 4 people...


Another national parks into our collection - the smallest one in Norway called Gutulia and very small part of rather large Femundsmarka...
on the way to evening fishing in Gutua, very nice small river with many promising pools
ancient wall painting in our cabin... the whole area is a paradise for cross country skiing
and trout fishing
there is only one very short marked hiking trail in Gutulia, so we were off the grid most of the time
using improvised bridges
to see the ancient pine trees (500 years older than us)
and hike to the highest mountain in the park
top of Gutulia (984m)
fishing in Gløta river was amazing, but without success...
I got all trout in this small stream Vala
reindeers everywhere
and some berries too