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#1 Posted : Wednesday, July 27, 2011 5:31:05 PM(UTC)
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I plan to do trekking in Scandinavia in early September. I plan on a trek of 3 weeks. I saw that the prices of flights are about the same size (400-450 $) anywhere throughout Scandinavia, I plan to land in one country and flying. My question is where should I start? Fly to Denmark and Norway and Sweden and cost at the end to finish in Finland? Or to relinquish Finland? I haven't really checked much of Scandinavia, but mostly I'm planning a trip of trekking and some cultural.

Another question. Has anyone done this trip? How about the stay should cost? I have no problem athelb most neglected boys of Scandinavia. The question is whether the food and transportation more expensive than the rest of Europe?

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 27, 2011 6:55:14 PM(UTC)
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Which course? Someone already wrote on there, YOTAM I think.

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, July 27, 2011 10:36:22 PM(UTC)
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Major in September starts to be problematic?
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#4 Posted : Thursday, July 28, 2011 9:01:17 PM(UTC)
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#5 Posted : Saturday, July 30, 2011 12:27:50 AM(UTC)
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You might want to be more focused. Scandinavia is a very big place. You should not run a thousand miles but to focus on two or three areas further afield than a day trip. Try cashing in your chips and was easier to advise you.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, July 31, 2011 2:20:14 PM(UTC)
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I want to travel as two or three days in Sweden and Norway to go south for two days then I'm looking for a week's trek in Norway and maybe later more small Finland Trek. (I have no problem of transportation that I probably buy Frye pass to Scandinavia)
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#7 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 1:29:03 AM(UTC)
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I think I'd on Finland waives all due to long distance. Southern Sweden is not a fierce as important, but very green and water. In September the forests around the leaves begin to steam (but are more common in the North). You'd like to visit in Stockholm, but I more Trek West, slightly higher areas. These areas are relatively close to pmond in Norway and on to rondena. I'd give South Norway. I think those areas less special, more חד-גוניים in (lots of dark green valleys, arid mountains and harsh). However, if you insist, you may want to visit ardangr-Vida (pinsa, ikolan and ardangr in the city of Bergen aren't so far). Instead the South was focused on two options: a beautiful place rondena (can be combined with dovrphal), iotnheiman a very special place and pirai, raheim Crown high snow fields and glaciers, tpiord and sanmor-magical (no more word scores), and of course the stunning fjords-asogen-fjord North toward. Areas described here can spend many weeks. Note that some abikatot in the mountains close in value in mid-September. It may very well limit you at pathways. September cold nights, the days grow shorter, bikatot with any good (and a burning fireplace!) and tklana on the journey. In General, recommends that you visit the mountains in early September, and lower end controller. Subscribe to DNT, and Conference and bikatot closures, download maps and plans well in advance. Beware of taking unnecessary risks, beware of freezing cold! Recommend you not to hike in the mountains with no topographic maps and no equipment. For first trip is worth taking your time and easy challenges.
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#8 Posted : Tuesday, August 2, 2011 1:53:00 AM(UTC)
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You can write the names of places in English because I can't find them on the map, thanks.

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#9 Posted : Tuesday, August 2, 2011 9:57:01 AM(UTC)
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Insert map here: DNT
And press the right side up a hybrid.
Get all the extra space layout bikatot names.
Rondena right dovrphal up, tpiord selected riinheiman, and iotnheiman in the Center and raheim. pressing up gabban all details including pictures, including weather.
On site you will find a lot of relevant information DNT.
If you participate with ideas, you can come back and brotherhood.
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#10 Posted : Tuesday, August 2, 2011 5:19:33 PM(UTC)
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I want to do a trek of 5-7 days and I'm torn between two nature reserves between iotnheiman or rdangrbid. What bniiham do you recommend? I mean in terms of comfort and views.

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#11 Posted : Tuesday, August 2, 2011 11:35:34 PM(UTC)
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Recommend iotnheiman. For example, spiterstolan (to qualify for gldhopigen) – iirbsebo – aulbsbo – skogadlsbuan – pnarken – tortgro
But even the beginning at (c) Linda Porter
It's also possible routes in areas as close as sotasiter-fast (near-Earth raheim.)   Everybody is beautiful but need to check bikatot's closures.
Norway is very open for everything to do with the heiking favorable conditions in all regions, equipped bikatot and some have staff make you Kings at the end of the day.
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#12 Posted : Wednesday, August 3, 2011 4:37:38 AM(UTC)
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What is the average price of cabin accommodation I know there are several types of cabins. How much will cost each of them cost? Is there a discount for young people? (The ones the malaf, the parts completely empty) another question, how do I become a member of the dnt. I saw that the cabins must get them from the key. Where are they located? And how can I get them?

Tiaoritit and I finish my trip tortgro. There is good public transport to Oslo from there? There is a possibility to try heading to hitchhike or something?

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#13 Posted : Wednesday, August 3, 2011 11:28:32 PM(UTC)
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Join hereto DNT, join here, prices at bikatot
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Can I get a key for DNT Oslo offices, I think branches elsewhere, determine in situ.
Tortgro, a great place to end a trip! I was taking advantage of me being there to-day sortie into within the horongna. Don't forget mountain range. Tortgro transport have to sogndal, oberardel (I think) or these places and Oslo (about sogndal and oberardel make sure I can't remember). Local bus goes directly from the airport so it is convenient gardermuan. Consider a very long trips. From gardermuan to six hours if I'm not mistaken. You can take a bus to midnight and wake up at 6 a.m. at the airport.
I'll post on my blog about my travels in Norway but it probably will be after you return. Brand ofer40758.8550231481
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#14 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2011 4:11:44 AM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot for your help. Another question, about how horgna comes there? This is another nature reserve, right? It is really worth a visit for another day?

One last question. Apparently I do train ticket across Scandinavia and includes only southern Norway. My question is there something special to see. The train passes through major cities such as kristinsd, agrsond, and Stavanger. Have you visited these areas have something special to see. Free special effect or something?

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#15 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2011 7:59:54 PM(UTC)
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The orongna is the part of iotnheiman-disconnected from anything in the main blocks and specificity. Tortgro is right at the foot of the horngna. A narrow mountain road from tortgro to obraardel appealing. Region to the left of the road is horongna.
The southern regions are known in the ikolan and dating back to Bergen. I hadn't specified cities, but haven't heard a reason to go there. However Bergen fun and fast boat to sogandl through the scenic fjords and beaches. Instead, kristiansand, I would recommend you visit in Kristiansund. In particular, the road to Kristiansund molda, troll road really beautiful and special and is lchkat the tapiord to the West and the sanmor to the East, two regions of the country. When I get home, maybe add a few links.
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#16 Posted : Friday, August 5, 2011 12:57:14 AM(UTC)
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Automatic Panorama he wanted on several sites (requires powerful processor).
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#17 Posted : Sunday, August 7, 2011 7:50:54 PM(UTC)
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Note the attached link:
Reduce the scale of the map on the right (i.e. perform zoom-out) and get all of the msokrim sites. Pressing display site of 360 degrees around. For example, go to the northeast corner. Troloogen and trolstigen. (Place cursor on the square and get the site name) continue South West. The slogan, lesvalt, sibu. Yes, that's what it looks like. Dream. The giirangr is probably the price compared to the fjord. But 99% of the tourists traveling by road or the ferry. But nearby are hiking trails are toierim, and only the aiikrim. In fact, every region fjords and up sloping walks and easy access. Brand ofer 40762.7044675926
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