Levanger – Elvestien

Levanger kommuner ligger et stykke nord for Trondheim, og her bor det idag ca 13 000 mennesker. Dette er dog ikke på noen måte en dekkende reportasje for Levanger, men kun ment som en liten ‘smaksprøve’ fra distriktet.  Med litt flaks og god vilje skal vi kanskje kunne vise dere mer fra Levanger på et senere tidspunkt? Men – vi har fått tak i noen få vinterbilder som i det minste vil kunne gi dere et lite inntrykk av omgivelsene på denne tid av året?
img_4314-bThe municipality of Levanger is located by the Trondheimsfjord s bit North of the ‘City of Trondheim’, and this area has a population of approximately 13 000 people. This report, however’ is by no means inteded to give a full coverage from ‘Levanger’, but merely kind of a ‘taster’ of what’s to come. With a little bit of luck and good will, we may probably be in position to show you more from Levanger when the winter has left us.
But we have secured a few pictures from this winter that will enable you to form an impression . . .
img_4315-2b‘Elvestien’ er et yndet sted for små rusleturer gjennom den lokale naturen når anledningen byr seg.

‘Elvestien ( Trans.: the River Track’) is a popular place for taking small walks through local nature when the opportunity presents itself . . .
img_4330bimg_4337b(Compliments of IMU)
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5 Responses to Levanger – Elvestien

  1. usfman says:

    I would love to hear your rushing water. Lovely pictures.

  2. Seenorway says:

    Yes, you’re right. That is entirely another matter!

  3. -Eugenia says:

    Reblogged this on BrewNSpew and commented:
    The municipality of Levanger – charming.

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Interesting place and even in the winter, it seems to have a lot of charm. I can imagine how beautiful it is in the spring.

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