Hiking Tips for Treks in and Around Oslo
Credit: MaxPixelThe country of Norway is known for its fjords, majestic mountains and beautiful forests which give you plenty of opportunities to go hiking and trekking. However, before you embark on your adventure through the Norwegian wilderness in and around Oslo, take a moment to prepare and pack your backpack like a pro hiker.Wear Extra Warm clothesIf you’re planning your hike in the forest and coastal trails, you can get away with a lighter load but for wintertime, remember to wear warm clothing as temperatures can plummet to -4.5 degrees Celsius so be prepared for bad weather and frost, even on short trips. Ideally, you should wear wool or synthetic underclothes, wool socks/stockings, a light fleece sweater, an all-weather jacket, hiking trousers and boots. Pack your BackpackMake sure you carry a cap or hat along with a scarf, gloves, plenty of water and some energy bars to punch on, or perhaps some trail mix. Other essentials include a first aid kit, a map, a compass, a…
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