Our base in mid Norway can be reached by car or plane. Following you will find some basic information.
Please contact us for individual travel planning and further advice.


Good to know:

  • In the Scandinavian countries speeding and drunk driving will be punished extremely hard – better take no risk!
  • The terms and conditions for the transport of sports equipment are very different. Currently is particularly the airline Norwegian can be recommended.
  • Please check the custom regulations before crossing the border (
  • Today almost all toll plazas are automatically. Invoices for the use of road and bridges/tunnels will be delivered by post or can sometimes be balanced at gas stations in Norway. Also payment in advance and online by credit card is possible.
  • Currency in Norway are Norsk Kroner. For one Euro you get about 7.5 "Kroner" (NOK). Credit cards are very common - you need the PIN. VISA is the most common.
  • The sockets are European standard (type C). Please check and note the current travel regulations in connection with the corona situation.


Arrival by car

By car it is possible to travel to Norway via Denmark or from Germany by ferry, or you can take the overland route via Demark and Sweden (toll roads).

Ferry Kiel (Germany) - Oslo: Colorline can bring you from Kiel/Germany to Oslo. Just under a day travel time (departure in the afternoon, arrival in the morning). One of the most convenient ways to travel and good to save some hundred kilometers of motorway, but unfortunately also not that cheap, especially during the high season. Information and booking at:

Ferry DK - N: various routes are available. Hirtshals and Frederikshavn are the Danish port to start from. Kristiansand, Larvik and Oslo in Norway are the places where you arrive. Oslo and Larvik make most sense. Check Colorline and Stena Line. The passages take between four to twelve hours and the prices vary, but are generally the whole year on relatively cheap. Information and booking at:,

Ferry/bridge D-DK-S-N: unächst Zvon Pufirst from Puttgarden on Fehmarn/Germany to Denmark and from Sealand, north of Copenhagen by ferry or across the bridge to Sweden (Note: The bridges across the Great Belt and Øresund are toll roads). Along the Swedish west coast and across the border to Norway you will pass by Oslo. Information and booking:

In Norway Oslo - Nord Flatanger: all the routes above will lead you first via Oslo. From Oslo to us it is about 700 kilometers to drive, at least nine hours for the schedule.
We recommend to take first the E6 in the direction to Trondheim, but then change to the R3. This saves about 50 kilometers and the road conditions are the same as on the E6. Later you get back on the E6 south of Trondheim and continue north to Steinkjer. A few kilometers north of Steinkjer you have to take the road 17 to the left in direction Namsos. After about 30 kilometers in Sjøåsen to the left on the road 766 behind an outdoor- /sportfishing shop in direction Utvorda and Statland. Depending on the type of accommodation/tour you will meet us in Statland or Utvorda.


Arrival by plane

When traveling by plane you can choose from various airlines and routes. Flights go mostly via Oslo (Gardermoen) Copenhagen or Amsterdam to Trondheim (Værnes). By train you can easily reach Steinkjer, or we pick you directly at the airport! Norwegian offers direct flights to Trondheim from Berlin at very competitive prices.
Lufthansa/SAS fly from Frankfurt/Main directly to Trondheim.



Our GPS coordinates: N 64°29.69', E 011°09.63'
Names of places which your navigation system could know: „Utvorda“ and „Nord Statland“