Show “Life in Norway”. Episode #65: Norway is known around the world as a great place to experience nature. Today we will talk about how to make the most of these opportunities.
Whether you have visited Norway or not, most people know this country for its incredible natural beauty. Fjords and mountain scenery appeal to locals and travelers alike.
One such adventurer is today’s guest Kevin J. Rosenberg. He runs the travel company IAG Adventures and wants more people to discover the natural beauty of Norway and other Nordic countries.
We talk about what makes Norway such a popular adventure travel destination and the best places to visit in Norway. We also talk about what adventure travel really means and how active you need to be.
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Kevin has been hiking since 1991 and has covered thousands of miles from the deserts of the Southwest, the volcanic landscapes of Iceland, the arctic tundra of Greenland to the legendary Appalachian Trail.
As one of the few trained military guides in the industry, he has unparalleled survival training and can navigate land, sea and even air.
He now lives in Trondheim, Norway, where he runs his company International Adventure Guides. Kevin and his other qualified guides lead multi-day trips throughout Norway and the entire Nordic region.
You can read more about Kevin and his personal struggles in his memoir, Duct Tape and Boiling Wire: “I hope this book will help shed some light at the end of the tunnel for those who are currently lost in the darkness and provide some insight. about who is really declaring bankruptcy in search of a second chance.”
Norway as a place for adventure
In the show, we talk about what makes Norway such a great hiking destination. “It’s uniquely beautiful in many ways,” Kevin says.
Kevin also talks about his favorite hiking spots in Norway, including Jotunheimen National Park:
“There is such a diverse area here. One day we may wake up in the mountains with glaciers around us and some kind of sparse landscape and we descend into a lush valley with these green-blue glacier waters. It’s really an amazing place.”
We’re also talking about the pilgrimage trail to Trondheim, where Kevin first discovered the city he now calls home.