Multerland
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Multerland is there for those who are more than normal interested in pure nature, biology, bio diversity, ecology, geology, the unique flora and fauna of the Norwegian mountains, landscape management, etc.: professionals and passionate amateurs. Multerland Norway would like to be a travel guide for people to escape from work and stress, to recharge in nature, in another way than the tourist way, and on places where tourists are not welcome. Multerland focuses on those who do not only have skills to live in wilderness, but who also have the awareness and the respect, the taking responsibility as an individual, for all life, as a wholeness, and him- or herself as a part of it. If your profile fits within this philosophy I would like to help you with finding answers on your questions. Please use the contact form.
 
Nature (and nature is more than what looks green) heals, has healing qualities, as long nature itself is whole and not destroyed because of the influences of those who are NOT aware.  Multerland offers services that include visits at National Park Hallingskarvet, the surroundings of Stolsvatnet and Strandavatnet, in fact an area west from Hol Kommune, the mountain village Hovet, the river Storåne, and all huge forests at its borders. The landlife of Hallingdal offers the beauty of very old traditions, like the bunad (traditional dress) on special days, the architecture of the wooden houses, farms and barns, the quietness of the impressive unique landscapes. The district Hardangervidda with its national parks is nearby.

 


 
The mountainous area of Multerland is 4 hours west from Oslo, 4 hours east from Bergen, reachable with the famous Bergensbanen railway. Train travel is the most green way of travelling. 
 
Multerland avoids shallow tourism, welcomes wildlife- and eco-supporters, and guarantees silence. You will experience that you are far away from noise, crowds, cities, and stressing traffic. It is excellent for those who like to be in nature to hike, bike, walk, kayak, fish, to photograph, to film, to meditate, etc. alone, or with a friend. It is also possible to stay in a hytta, or to rent a cabin in nature, living with the basics of living in wilderness. If you are interested you must start to learn how to behave in wilderness: 400 Norwegian animal species are on the red list because of the influence of human beings. The influence of human beings, belonging to the flat tourism industry is obvious. The large areas everywhere in Norway that are just taken from nature to create ski pistes with their highly polluting maintenance and the circus lights all around, are a stress factor for all wild animals that used to live there. They leave, or have left. Be aware that you are a guest in the territory of those beings who live in wilderness. Start to study how to behave in wilderness, how to wash and with what, how to create a natural toilet, etc. etc. If you might be interested you can visit my community Healing Nature, where I collected information about bushcraft, and more. All is about wholism. If you do not understand the word, neither its connection with ecology, then it is better that you stay away. Get informed before you start destroying what is left.