With the world living in a restricted situation for travelling, we see people longing for the freedom of space and slow-paced surroundings on their future journeys.

Trøndelag is the perfect place to reconnect yourself with living close to nature, meeting the locals, get a touch of Norwegian history and culture, and a great focus on sustainable and local food produce for everyone. We are working on building several travel suggestions for the market with focus on the authentic reconnect-feeling of human-nature-culture-food. Here are some of our highlights to start with:

Meet the animals at Sami Meråkerfjell


Just 50 minutes from Trondheim airport, you can meet Leif, Turid and Lillian at their mountainfarm Meråkerfjell. Get a taste of the fresh mountain air from the back of one of their 70 icelandic horses, or try sleighing in the snow with their reindeers during wintertime. Laila will introduce you to the Sami culture and serve a great meal in the Sami «gåetije» (little wooden earthcabin) on the farm.


Soulful pilgrimage hiking


Norway has a big network of pilgrim paths, all leading to the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim. Pilgrim hiking in Norway is not reserved for religious seekers, but is just as much a journey of enjoying the wild nature, sights, food, people and farms you meet on your way.
At Troset Farm in Innherred, you will be met by the wonderful host Heidi, with whom you also can join in for a session of soulseeking Qi-gong or mindfullness in the open air or in the windowcovered farm-attick.

Local food and culture at Øyna


Check in to the new cultural landscape hotel Øyna on the top of the wonderful peninsula Inderøy. This newly opened hotel is integrated into the landscape, featuring 18 spectacular hotel rooms with an incredible view over the Trondheim Fjord, the Fosen mountains and «The Golden Road». Ride your bikes or drive around the famous cultural landscape, and enjoy galleries, cafes, get a taste of the award-winning local food products at the cheese factory Gangstad, or visit the Aquavit-farmer for a taste of the spicy (and possibly dangerous) local Norwegian drink.

Wet and windy at coastal Stokkøya


The Trøndelag coast can be wild, wet and windy. But the weather is part of the experience of travelling in Norway, and when visiting the urban and relaxed Stokkøya Sea Centre, you instantly get a touch of ocean freshness mixed with modern facilities and a frame of sunset gourmet. Stokkøya is brilliant for water activities like diving, bathing, kayaking and sea foraging, but you can also just chill with the hosts Torild and Roar at the urban Beach Bar, enjoying some of the best fresh sea food in the world.

5-star luxury in cosy Trondheim


Nothing says «RECHARGE» like a wonderful weekend at the beautiful and luxurious 5-star Britannia Hotel, with a great touch of history in cosy Trondheim. Pamper yourself and enjoy the first class hotel experience with the excellent spa, the michelin restaurant Speilsalen, a high class winebar, entertainment, or just your own best company in the spacious rooms with extremely comfortable beds. Discover the history and culture of the cosiest «smalltown – big city» in Norway, surrounded by easy accesible nature to explore everywhere.