The Seisjoen hytta (cabin in Nord Trondelag)

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The Seisjoen hytta (cabin in Nord Trondelag)

Post by randoskier » Thu Mar 10, 2022 11:25 am

This cabin owned by the Norwegian forest service (Statskog) was quite beautiful especially the hand-crafted staircase! We had a great night there, we were surprised by a knock on the door around 20:00 as we had rented the whole cabin and it is in the middle of nowhere. It was a German guy and he asked if he could stay there. We said sure he had a pulk and looked tired- he should be- he skied 41km in rough terrain pulling a pulk with AT skis (randonee!) and skins on (25km is a long day there). Insane! He previously skied the entire length of Norway (like 2500 km) in that fashion. Not sure why he does not use nordic skis. Great guy, good conversation. . He is a reserve member of the German Army Alpine-Jaeger mountain-Infantry.

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Re: The Seisjoen hytta (cabin in Nord Trondelag)

Post by corlay » Fri Mar 11, 2022 2:16 pm

those stairs are pretty bad-ass!

nice cabin. Looks like great fun...

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