Welcome to Norwegian Wilderness
blog came true, and I will welcome my readers and customers to my new website.
I have been thinking several years of this idea, and finally it came true. I
will now introduce my self and the website's consept and visions.
Whole my life I have been bussy with outdoors activities. My mum and dad took me out for making bonfire, ice fishing, eating hot dogs and to be with other friends outside. My uncles always took me out for overnighting in the wilderness and learned me to fish after trout. And if no one of them hade enough time, my grandparents took me to the mountains to stay at the hut for several days. Now I've grown up, and standing on my own feets. Today I'm using all my spare time to be outside in the norwegian wilderness, and rest of the world. I always bring my fishing rod, camera, my dog and some tasty food. I also do hunting as well. Beside beeing outside, I work as a teacher where I teach youngster between 16-19 years old about sports, physiology, physical education and wilderness. After five years as a student, I also took some education about wilderness and learned about the enjoy of movement. That education gave me even a broader view about outdoors activites. Now I want to share it with you.
Norwegian Wilderness have a concept that will offer you guiding for outdoor activities. It can be all types of activities, for an example fishing, hiking, food making, canouing, climbing, or simple as driving on small roads in the wilderness. We wanna make a package that you can feel safe, happy and satisfied at the same time. You can read more about it HERE. Beside that, we make this blog site to write articles about wilderness and hopefully give you some inspiration, tips and advice about hiking, food recepies, fishing, hunting ect.
In the end: I want one more time to welcome you as a reader, and I hope you will find it interesting. You can send me a message HERE, If you got any feed backs or questions. You can also follow me personally on Instagram: nansen_bamsen and Youtube: Nansen bamsen.
// Christer Nannestad