Femund Engerdal: between wildlife and over 900 lakes

Femund Engerdal, wild nature and 900 beautiful waters

Scritto da Carlo Ingegno on . Postato in Destinazioni, English channel





Femund Engerdal in Norway has been certified as a “Sustainable Destination”, a seal of approval given to destinations that systematically work to reduce the negative impact of tourism.

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Femund Engerdal, Norway.
The area, located between the Swedish border and the cities of Trysil and Røros, has 67 mountain peaks and two national parks, Femundsmarka and Gutulia. Numerous sports activities, including: hiking, canoeing and cycling. There are numerous options for getting to Femund Engerdal.

Fishing in beautiful waters

Do not miss the fly fishing in the rivers in these parts is very popular. In addition, there are more than 900 beautiful waters and Norway’s third largest lake Femunden, busy by the M / S Fæmund II ferry built as early as 1904. Here and in other waters you can expect fish species such as trout, char, grayling, whitefish. , perch and pike.

Sustainable destination

Femund Engerdal has been certified as a Sustainable Destination, a seal of approval given to destinations that systematically work to reduce the negative impact of tourism.

Socializing with the locals

In the northernmost part of Femund Engerdal, the Sami live on reindeer herds with huge herds that are easy to spot. Locals will also point you to local food producers and places to eat like Anne på Landet. The annual Femund Festival allows you to mingle with the locals, even on the dance floor.

The unmissable ice fishing

In winter there are many activities, where ice fishing is one of the most original sports and cross-country skiing is fun for the whole family. Even in Femund Engerdal it’s bedtime, perhaps with the silent rattle of friendly animals sharing a meal right under your room.

Find out more official website of Femund Engerdal

Carlo Ingegno

Nato a Napoli, si trasferisce per amore a Buenos Aires dove ci rimane per ben dodici anni. Qui la prima esperienza lavorativa, nell'editoriale Rizzoli, che aveva acquistato nella città tanto amata da Jorge Luis Borges una nota casa editrice. Negli anni ‘80 torna in Italia, a Milano, questa volta per lavoro in Rcs, dove si occupa di immagine e grafica. Inoltre viaggia, fotografa e scrive storie dal mondo con approccio esplorativo sempre attento ai dettagli. Oggi dirige Agenda Viaggi con un gruppo di persone molto speciali. Vive a Monza ma spesso si sposta a Verzimo, un paesino del XI sec. in provincia di Vercelli, in una casa piccola, soleggiata, per metà ristrutturata, un giardino incolto e mobili tutti diversi per epoche e stili, come la vecchia tavola da surf testimone di lunghe cavalcate sulle onde in California o come l'eccentrico menù del caffè Granola a Copenaghen, la foto scattata alla cisterna di vetro colorata da Dumbo, Brooklyn, dell'artista Tom Fruin, e le belle stampe che immortalano la piacevole solitudine sulla spiaggia di Margate nella contea del Kent in Inghilterra.