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Snowshoeing is a perfect recreational activity to step out of monotonous routine, indulge in the beauty of forests and mountains, experience rejuvenating solitude and learn more about winter habitats.
One of the best parts about traveling to new countries is being able to experience new cultures, traditions, and cuisines. However, as socially conscious travelers today, we need to think more critically about how we behave in countries and cultures that aren’t ours.
At Outdoor Norway, we put a lot of emphasis on ecotourism, green practices and sustainability. However, for travelers that are new to the game, it can be hard to imagine what that looks like. One key way you can do this is to reduce plastic waste.
Tourism is a global, trillion dollar industry that expands into even the most remote corners of the world. From budgeted family road trips to hugely extravagant luxury vacations, tourism also comes in all kinds of forms. Historical, religious, culinary, cultural, adventure, environmental and more.
There’s no question that various kinds of travelling exist because not all people like to experience new places and cultures in the same way. A foodie may love endless tours of the distinct culinary treats in a new place whereas a history enthusiast will want to visit all the museums and cultural heritage sights in the area.
As we edge closer to the point of no return with the delicate balance of our complex ecosystem, a targeted effort needs to be made to make sure we lower the impact of our lifestyles on the environment. The way we travel is no different.
Winter in Norway isn’t for the weak. With the exception of people who live in Canada or Iceland; Norwegian winters, especially in the North bring rain and wind as well as inevitable snowfall. This means that not only should visitors bring snow-friendly clothing — wind and waterproofing are preferable too.