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The List Magazine, Trondheim’s very first English-language magazine.

The List is comprised of a collection of engaged, local professionals who squeeze out extra hours of their days to make communicating what’s going on, possible.

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#51: Late night golfing
Best enjoyed between 21:00-23:00 Pack up some of your favourite cold beverages and head into the city centre. Get on bus
#56: Time for hobby
My friend Elise and I enjoy dancing Lindy hop, and after months of hard work and stress at school it
#57: Munkholmen
Norway is full of islands, and today is the day to visit one. Take the little boat from Ravnkloa and
#10: Korsvika
  Is there anything better than a warm, sunny Norwegian summer day spent relaxing by Tronhejmsfjord? Whenever the weather gods
#71: Frosta
I love taking a day trip (or a whole weekend) to the peninsula of Frosta and island of Tautra! Located
#94: Craft beer
With craft beer rising in popularity, the niche of sour beers has become more known and available as well. Sour
#43: Family Frisbee Fun
In my spare time I like to play Frisbee Golf. In Trondheim we have three courses. There is no fee
#69: Wine bar
I love to go out for a glass of wine during summer, and I can’t wait to visit Trondheim’s first wine
#46: A trip outside Trondheim
An ideal day or weekend trip to get a break from the rainy city would be visiting Røros. Røros is a world
#65: Pilgrim Route
For me, the Norwegian summer is the best time for walking and jogging – it’s not too hot and not
#74: The Viking side of Oppdal
Did you know that you can visit one of Northern Europe’s largest Viking burial sites in Oppdal? Hop on a
#42: Connect with wildlife
Trøndelag offers the irresistible combination of wild nature, local food, and historical sites. Being a family-friendly region, it offers plenty
#70: Ginger Spice
My friend Kristina Lunnan Thorvik, Bar Manager at Røros Hotell, came up with the ultimate invigorating summer cocktail last year. She
#95: A Sour Challenge
My friend and I used to do a sour challenge, as we called it. The rules are simple: buy a
Pstereo 2017: Day 1 gets twisted
It’s that time of year again: summer coming to an end, the sun is shrivelling up, streets filling with students…
#63: St. Olavspranget walking routes
  Length: 6.2 km Duration: circa 2 hours Difficulty: Easy From the inmost parking lot in Tømmerdalen (timber valley) we follow the gravel
#59: Neon Marinen
Summer for me is all about one weekend when you lay down in the grass watching Marinen be lit up
#58: Kuhaugen
My favourite thing to do, all year round actually, is to walk or run up to Kuhaugen and the viewpoint