Fast multicultural hiking trip to Fosenkoia with a few PhD collegues. Great time and so close to Trondheim! Thanks to Miss Pancake for organising this event (even she hates nature) and to others for their contributions to that food and game's orgy.
|park your bike, take the boat and hit the hiking trail|
|typical start from the fjord...you need to hike up little bit|
|and little bit more|
|to be rewarded|
|views are great...but it is time to find the cabin|
|Munken mountain and lake Aksnesdammen|
|where NTNUI cabin stands|
|evening is cold|
|but night inside is warm|
Nidelva is the river that winds through Trondheim. The feeling of the river being all around you might cause some geographical confusion, especially during first days of your stay in the city. Elva is Norwgian word for 'the river', so the name Nidelva translates to "The River Nid". It is possible to catch salmon just in the middle of the city.
Our spanish collegue Adria came with an idea to rent some kayaks and experience the city from different perspective. So we did. Being quit lucky with the weather, we enjoyed a couple of hours of paddling from Lerkendal to Skansen.
|Rail and pedestrian/cycle bridge in Lerkendal - my cycle route to work goes on that bridge|
|bridge to St. Olav hospital|
|wooden cycle/pedestrian bridge to Ila|
|under Old Town bridge|
|rail bridge in Skansen|