Winter in Norway

Rumor says Norwegian children learn how to ski before walking. Actually it is fact!

three french proffesional freeride-skiers shoveling snow

Don’t be shocked meeting Norwegians on bus with their wet snowboard.  They made it on purpose! Photo: Sven Inge Røste

skitour in norway

As a country built on mountains, there are numerous ski routes from the ones just 20 minutes’ drive from city to those deep into the nature. Photo: GORE-TEX® Products

northern light

In CNN’s report 10 best cities for a winter vacation, Tromsø ranked 3rd as a great base for spotting the northern lights. Of course “Dance of the spirit” is one of the most attractive things in the world, yet more wonders in the country are waiting for you to explore! Photo: Gunnar Hildonen

Work in Winter!


The coming of snow creates perfect playground for all kinds of winter sports, yet it puts heavier burden on some people’s work at the same time. In the city, more people are needed to shovel the snow constantly for safety and convinience.


Open-air flower market and fruit market have to move into tents or rooms, where the chilly plants can be taken care of. Photo: Xue Li /TNP


Fishermen also work hard to make the big harvest of fish from low-oxygen water under ice. Photo: Sven Inge Røste

Leisure in Winter!


The British Poet Shelley once wrote “If winter comes, can spring be far behind?”  Do you also think winter is quite a tough time? Well, not for Norwegians. They enjoy sitting in the out-door cafe without disturbance from the next table full of snow, even when it is ten degrees below zero. Photo: Xue Li /TNP


If the weather is not bad (actually they say “There is no bad weather only wrong clothes”), the Norwegians would like to have a walk with babies along the freezing sea.  Photo: Xue Li /TNP


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