Summer in Romsdal has started warm. There is not much snow in the mountains anymore. It’s been pleasant weeks with lots of time for climbing and some trips in the mountains. I’ve also been working with a new work-website, check it out at http://www.skiandmountainguide.wordpress.com even it’s not finished yet.
In july we have the Norwegian Mountainfestival: http://www.norsk-fjellfestival.no/
And enjoy the mountains!
After a cold january we got a big dump of snow and the skiing have been very good. Here is some photos from Nonstind last week.
Hope you all have had a good start for the new year 2013!
Since I’m getting a bit lazy to post here I can link to my friends blog, check out the last trip Hesteskotravers in Isfjorden at Susanne’s blog
It’s been a cold winter so far, and not much snow. But there is good conditions for example for scrambling in the mountains.
Oops, long time since last post!
Spring and summer are all gone, and now the autumn is full on. Guiding life in Romsdalen is been busy enough. Now it’s time for more quiet days and some traveling.
Inne i gresset
blir jeg bøyd
som et strå
Livet som var
gir meg jeget,
og livet some er.
Det blir viktig
å gi etter,
og være seg selv.
There is a beautiful program in NRK about mountains in Romsdal.
Here is a link to it:
Enjoy and get inspired!
Romsdalen in wintertime is more than just skiing.
When it´s cold enough and not too much snow down in the valley you can go ice-skating. It´s been lots of fun to play on the ice again!
Romsdal area is one of the few mountain areas in Norway with it´s own Avalanche bulletin.
You can check out www.snoskredvarsel.no for avalanche situation in Romsdal
But of course, it´s up in the mountains Romsdal can show it´s uniqueness!
It is time for the longest nights and shortest days in the northern hemisphere. Also christmas time. But christmas is more than shopping, over-eating and crazy commercialized consumption time. It is time when the planet earth tilts back and the days starts slowly get longer and nights shorter, also the sun is at it´s lowest at winter solstice. This tilt happens on thursday 22nd at 0630 am (in Norway).
The darkest time of the year has been celebrated over centuries in many cultures all over the world. You don´t have to be a christian or other believer to enjoy this dark time of the year. It is a turning point when we start heading towards spring!
It is great to see things in a bigger perspective and follow the earths rhythm. One way to experience this is to go up to the mountains.
Feel the cold,
shortness of the days,
and the light.
Music is the connection
your travel in time
Moments of existence
Right things to grow with
Believe in good
brings something new
It’s been a bit quiet here for a while. The reason is I put up a blog in finnish about mountainguiding in Romsdalen and Norgesguidene.
You will find it at vuorille.wordpress.com
And after that I left for a holiday in Sardinia. Good limestone climbing and funny company. Enjoy your autumn and have a great start for your winter!