March 06, Aronsløkka:
Christer and Per in the local ski resort.s
Spring is evolving outdoor. Sunny and warm days, trees getting green, bikes out on the road
again - what could then be better than
beeing reminded about the cold and dark of mid winter? Skiing in Blefjell and
climbing in Rjukan.
Folgefonna, May 2002:
The without doubt best skiing starts after Easter holiday! May 16-20, DOT Fjellsportgruppe
went skiing from north to south on Folgefonna, with the final destination in Rosendal. Several days
with fantastic weather, celebrating May 17 on top of the glacier!
Snøhuletur - March 2000:
The first trip ever with the KOT
25-35 group. Saturday started out with lovely weather and we easily found a perfect location for the snow
caves close to Middalsbreen. Before finishing the caves we made a trip to Jøkulhytta. Well settled in
the caves, dinner was made and an Arctic fox was attracted by the smell and came very close!
Jostedalsbreen - May 1999:
A popular trek in May is skiing the Jostedals glacier from
the north to the south. In 1999 we had four days of fantastic
weather when crossing Jostedalsbreen.
Hallingskeid - Kaldevasshytta, 16-18 april 1999
by Anne Lise Marstein & Inger Berit Grøneng
Utladalen - 1998
by Christer Gustafsson
The valley of Utla starts from the bottom of the Sognefjord and ends
on a plateau at an altitude of about 1350 m. From that plateau well
above the tree limit, Hanna and I started our tour in the afternoon on
the 26 of August. We had quit the bus on the summer-open road in front of a
tourist-hut. The roof was still white on the northern side as where
the mountains. The ground was slightly frozen as we started to, but
the clouds seemed to promise no rain in the next few hours.