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Petit guide des activités écologiques à pratiquer en automne

6 idées pleines de couleur
Se mettre au vert en automne.
Isfjorden, Romsdalen
Isfjorden, Romsdalen.
Photo: Mattias Fredriksson Photography AB / Visitnorway.com
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L'automne, en Norvège, est une saison qui ne manque pas d'attrait. Échappez aux rues bondées et à la cohue et faites une pause dans notre pays, au moment où les feuillages s’illuminent d'un dégradé de rouges, de jaunes et d'orange.

Même si le temps se rafraîchit et devient plus humide, la nature vous inspire une impression de paix et de beauté. Les Norvégiens en profitent alors pour pratiquer toutes sortes d'activités en montagne, en forêt, sur le littoral ou même en ville. Cerise sur le gâteau, ces activités sont pour la plupart écologiques et ne produisent pas, ou très peu, d'impact sur les écosystèmes.

Les Norvégiens sont de plus en plus sensibles aux dimensions écologiques et éthiques de leur mode de vie, et de nouvelles destinations pleines d'originalité se voient décerner des certifications environnementales. À l’occasion de la Journée mondiale du tourisme, célébrée le 27 septembre, le site web britannique Verdict a cité la Norvège parmi les 10 destinations de vacances les plus écologiques du monde.

En d'autres termes, l’automne est la saison parfaite pour voir la Norvège... en vert ! Voici quelques activités écologiques de saison, suggérées par nos offices de tourisme.

1. Le vélo vous donne de la couleur

Vous souhaitez profiter au maximum de votre séjour en Norvège ? Louez un vélo et partez à la découverte des plus jolis coins du pays.

Des lacets de montagne aux routes en bordure de littoral et aux pistes cyclables en ville, vous trouverez forcément l’itinéraire qui vous convient. À l'automne, le climat est souvent propice aux balades à vélo, surtout dans le Sud du pays.

Outre la dimension écologique de ce sport, le vélo est également un excellent moyen de rencontrer les gens du pays. Les Norvégiens adorent la bicyclette et pratiquent eux-mêmes assidument le cyclotourisme.

Et si vous craignez d'avoir du mal à atteindre le sommet d'une colline un peu trop escarpée, n'ayez aucune crainte : de nombreux endroits proposent des vélos électriques à la location, et ce, à tarif raisonnable.

2. L’automne au fil de l’eau

Avec les journées qui raccourcissent et les températures qui baissent, seuls les nageurs les plus acharnés ont envie d’aller piquer une tête. Les lacs, les rivières et les fjords norvégiens restent néanmoins une source d'activités tout à fait intéressante.

Vous pourrez pagayer en kayak sur un fjord, au milieu des montagnes et des cascades, et ressentir une incomparable impression de quiétude. Vous pourrez également opter pour des formules plus remuantes, comme par exemple le raft en eaux vives.

À l’automne, quel que soit votre lieu de séjour, vous trouverez des offres de sorties avec guide, avec tout l'équipement nécessaire, quel que soit votre niveau.

3. Les musées se mettent au vert

Envie de culture, de patrimoine, d'art – sans transiger sur l’environnement ? Rien de plus facile. La Norvège compte de nombreux musées de renommée internationale, dont beaucoup ont reçu une certification environnementale et s'inscrivent dans une démarche de réduction de leur impact sur l’environnement. Pendant l’automne, de nombreuses expositions vous attendent partout dans le pays.

N'oubliez pas non plus les nombreux musées de plein air norvégiens, où vous pourrez admirer sculptures, bâtiments historiques et curiosités naturelles tout en respirant l’air automnal à pleins poumons.

4. Randonnées en pleine nature

Pour bon nombre de Norvégiens, rien de tel que chausser de bonnes chaussures de marche et partir en montagne. En plus, c’est un plaisir qu’ils partagent de bon cœur.

Partez vous aussi randonner sur les sentiers de montagne ou dans les forêts, un saut à la main, pour ramasser myrtilles, airelles rouges et ronces petits-mûriers qui abondent à cette saison.

La nature n’est jamais très éloignée des grandes villes. Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger et Trondheim sont ainsi entourées d’excellents terrains de randonnée, le long des fjords, dans les forêts et dans les montagnes.

Difficile de faire plus vert.

5. Prenez de la hauteur

La Norvège est connue pour ses superbes montagnes, ses formidables falaises et ses formations rocheuses étonnantes. Seriez-vous pour autant prêt à les gravir à la force du poignet ?

Vous connaîtrez difficilement sensation plus grisante que celle qui vous étreint après avoir escaladé une paroi rocheuse. À l’automne, vous pourrez tenter l’expérience sur de nombreux sites d’escalade, partout dans le pays, avec un accompagnateur pour tous les niveaux. Restez toutefois prudent et n’oubliez pas que l’escalade sans guide est réservée aux grimpeurs très expérimentés.

Si vous voyagez avec vos enfants ou n’êtes pas amateur d'altitude, d'autres alternatives s’offrent à vous, comme par exemple les parcours accrobranches qui ont fleuri un peu partout dans le pays, ces dernières années.

6. La prise idéale

101 388 kilomètres de littoral, 450 000 lacs. Et 332 espèces de poissons. Si vous souhaitez vivre une authentique expérience norvégienne, pensez à la pêche.

L'automne s’y prête particulièrement bien. L’océan abonde en morues, lieux noirs et flétans, tandis que les eaux des lacs sont riches en saumons et en truites. Tout ce dont vous avez besoin, c’est de patience – et des bonnes informations sur les lieux où vous rendre.

Au Nord comme au Sud du pays, vous trouverez des prestataires qui ne demanderont pas mieux que de partager avec vous leur passion.

Préparez-vous au changement de temps

En automne, en Norvège, l’air devient plus frais et vivifiant, et le temps plus humide et imprévisible.

À compter de septembre, il peut y avoir de fortes averses et même, sur le littoral, des orages.

Mais que cela ne vous dissuade pas de venir séjourner en Norvège. Les jours de soleil, vous profiterez de belles couleurs automnales et des dernières heures de douceur estivale.

Vous hésitez sur la tenue à emporter ?

En automne, en Norvège, l’important, c’est d’avoir à sa disposition des vêtements coupe-vent imperméables.

Si vous envisagez de passer plusieurs heures en plein air, nous vous conseillons de superposer plusieurs petits pulls en laine au lieu de porter un seul gros pull.

Situez les activités respectueuses de l’environnement sur la carte

Pour plus d'informations, cliquez sur les icônes indiquées sur la carte.

Cyclisme
Bicycle park in Hallingdal Holiday Park. This has been built to suit all ages and levels. Ål in Hallingdal is famous for cycling and… Read more
Hallingdal Bike Park
We will guide you with our electric bikes up the Scenic Route Trollstigen, one of  Norway's most famous tourist icons! Norwegian Scenic Route… Read more
Tour de Trollstigen
The terrain in Nordfjord is very well suited for mountain biking, and this sport is becoming more and more popular and the trails are constant… Read more
Guided mountain bike tours | Gloppen Aktiv
Hire a bike and see a lot more of Bergen in a shorter time than on foot! It is the perfect way to experience the charming city of Bergen. Read more
See Bergen from the seat of a bike
The Mjølkevegen cycling route stretches between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen and Gol in Hallingdal, passing through the northern and western… Read more
Mjølkevegen cycling route (250 km)
Discover and experience Glommastien, a bike path that runs between Sarpsborg and Fredrikstad. Read more
Cycle routes: Glommastien (The Glomma path)
Cycling from Oslo to Moss - about 65 km. Bring your bike and start with a small boat ride from Aker Brygge to Nesoddtangen (about 20 min.) From… Read more
Go by bike from Oslo to Moss
Experience beautiful mountain biking on a bike! Rauland has beautiful cycle paths along lakes and high mountains. Read more
Cykling in Rauland
Charming bike trip with lots of culture- and nature experiences based in the adventure center in Ringstad on the other coastline of Vesterålen Read more
Arctic autumn on wheels - Huset på Yttersiden
Mjøstråkk Mjøstråkk is the name of the 250 km long cycling route around Mjøsa, Norway’s greatest lake.… Read more
Mjøstråkk
Stor-Elvdal municipality offers some of the best tracks for mountainbiking in Norway. Whether you like calm trips on gravel roads or mountain roads or… Read more
Mountainbiking in Stor-Elvdal
Let us show you our favourite sites and city features on our extremely popular and easy to ride electric bicycles. Experience the fun and freedom of… Read more
Explore Tromsø by E-bike - Tromsø Outdoor
"Vekterveien" is an eldorado for familys and others who like to ride a bike. Over 35 km with dirt road and bicycle paths along rivers, small seas and… Read more
"Vekterveien" in Eidskog
Bike package with three nights accommodation, luggage transfers, maps and route descriptions. Possible to rent bicycles and accessories. Experience… Read more
Package: Cycling from Steinkjer to Stiklestad
Canoë et kayak
Would you like to go kayaking in magnificent surroundings in Ytre Namdal ? Join us and explore the archipelago around Abelvær by kayak. Here,… Read more
Kayaking in the Namdal archipelago - Explore Ytre Namdal
At Stad on the coast of Nordfjord you will find ideal conditions for surfing. Great waves coming in from the Norwegian Sea, white sandy beaches and… Read more
Surfing Hoddevik & Ervik
The islands between Fitjar and Bømlo constitute a unique environment for kayaking. The area has about 350 islands and a landscape characterized… Read more
Paddle - Fitjar and Bømlo islands
Boat life. For active holidays, paddling is a great alternative and Ål is a good starting point. Paddling gives you a unique possibility to… Read more
On the water
Telemark Kanalcamping offers a large choice of canoes and kayaks for rent. Read more
Canoing on The Telemark Canal
Provider: FOAM Travel. Surf Safari along beautiful, scenic beaches of Jæren. Got surf? The Jæren coastline sure does, and FOAM Travel is… Read more
Surf Safari
69nord Sommarøy Outdoor Center invites you for a lifetime whale watching day trip by “Sit on top” Mirage drive Hobie Kayak in the fjords of Kvaløya.… Read more
Daytrip Whale Watching with “sit on top Hobie kayak in Kvaløya – 69Nord Sommarøy Outdoor Center
Few things are more reminiscent of Summer than a padling tour on an idyllic lake in the heart of Norway Read more
Canoeing the Øyangen lake -guided tour
We have kayak rental, both single and double kayaks, including all necessary equipment, also dry suits. It requires basic kayak knowledge to rent… Read more
Kayak rental - Vesterålen Padle & Klatresenter
Rent a canoe for an hour, a day or the whole weekend! Read more
Odal Canoe and Leisure
The perfect trip for the unexperienced kayaker or the ones who wants a nice and different introduction to the Art Noveau town of Ålesund. Read more
Art Nouveau - City Kayak
Guided tour from the fishing village of Veiholmen This is a three to four hours guided trip in the area of the beautiful fishing village of Veiholmen.… Read more
Guided kayac tour with Smøla Kayac
Canoe- and boat : Inner Østfold has a number of great lakes for canoeing. There are several places where you can hire canoes in the area. There… Read more
Canoe
Activity and information centre run by the Oslo chapter of DNT – The Norwegian Trekking Association. Friluftshuset has a bouldering wall and… Read more
Friluftshuset: outdoor activity centre
Musées
The Glomdal Museum is one of the country's largest open-air museums, and displays a four hundred year-old period of building- and living tradition in… Read more
The Glomdal Museum
The district museum for Nordfjord, it has 44 old houses of historical interest, mostly from the 18th and 19th centuries. Many of the houses are… Read more
Nordfjord Folk Museum
Ål Bygdamuseum is built up around a listed farm yard from the 1600s. The museum has been supplemented with other buildings that could have… Read more
Ål Outdoor Museum
The Iron Age Farm at Ullandhaug is a a reconstructed farmstead from the Migration Periode (350-550 AD). The farm is located around three kilometres… Read more
Iron Age Farm
Eiktunet museum is the open air museum of local history in Gjøvik. It is situated on the hillside with magnificent view of the lake Mjøsa… Read more
Eiktunet kulturhistoriske museum
Laura Ford (1961–) is a British sculptor. She studied at Bath Academy of Art (1978-82) and at Chelsea School of Art (1982-83). Her work is… Read more
Sculptures at Fredriksten fortress
Granite fountains made by Kjell Nupen. Guest harbour with services. Read more
Otterdalsparken park
Exciting sculpture park in scenic Straumen, adorned wit sculptures by Nils Aas - one of Norway's foremost sculptors. The Muustrøparken… Read more
Muustrøparken Sculpture Park
Folgefonnsenteret - The Folgefonn Centre The Folgefonn Centre opened on 2 May 2017. The new Folgefonn Centre in the village of Rosendal, on the… Read more
Folgefonnsenteret - Folgefonn Center
Visit the open-air museum with its vast collection of old houses. Enjoy a stroll between the picturesque houses and the indoor exhibitions, and get an… Read more
Sunnmøre Museum & Borgundkaupangen
"The land of peace" at Morokulien, situated in he middle of Scandinavia, right on the border between Norway and Sweden – symbol of more than 200… Read more
"The land of peace" - Morokulien
Lomskyrkja – the church in Lom - is one of the biggest and most beautiful stave churches in our country. The impressive church dates back to… Read more
Lom Stave Church
Hemsedal Bygdatun is a restored courtyard dating from approx. 1730 and set in a scenic location at Ulsåk. Read more
Hemsedal Bygdatun
Polar Park is the world's northernmost animal park, and home to Norway's large predators such as bears, wolves, and lynx as well as deer, moose,… Read more
Polar Park Entrance fee
High up on the south side of Hylsfjorden in Ryfylke you will find the old farm Litunet, approximately 285 meters above sea level. The Directorate of… Read more
Litunet (Ryfylke Museum)
Norwegian Fjordcenter - an experience for all ages We tell you the story about the UNESCO World Heritage, the West Norwegian Fjords. Unique exhibits… Read more
Norwegian Fjord Centre
Le parc Ekeberg est un parc de sculptures et de culture qui permet une expérience exceptionnelle. Il est ouvert 24h sur 24 et l'entrée est gratuite.… Read more
Ekebergparken parc de sculptures
escalade
In the high ropes park High and Low there are a number of fun challenges for the whole family! You are guaranteed exciting and challenging experiences… Read more
High and low climbingpark, Hallingdal
VIA FERRATA WITH FJORD VIEW IN LOEN If you thought the steep hillsides in Nordfjord are impressive to look at, why not impress yourself and climb them… Read more
Via Ferrata Loen
Welcome to Gjøvik Climbing Adventure Park In Gjøvik Climbing Adventure Park you will enjoy the feeling of mastering physical challenges… Read more
Gjøvik Climbing Adventure Park
Come and try climbing and ab sailing in the Romsåsen nickel mines in Askim. Read more
Romsåsen Gruver, climbing and abseiling in Askim
Via Ferrata climbing offers a spectacular and safe way of experiencing Romsdalen from above. Using a network of steel cables, ladders and aids, now… Read more
Romsdalsstigen Via Ferrata West wall (5-6 hours)
Rock climbing in the area around Beitostølen, and altitude orbit, is made to suit the whole family. Beitostølen Aktiv and Ski school will give you the… Read more
Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole - Rock Climbing
Høyt & Lavt - Lillestrøm Activity and Climbing Park   Høyt & Lavt - Lillestrøm Activity and… Read more
Høyt & Lavt /Climbing Park - Sørum
The ropes courses offer an active day in the tree tops. The courses contain exciting elements and zip-lines and suits both old and young. Read more
Klatreparken Høyt & Lavt Bergen AS
With helmet, harness and rope you are ready to take on the challenges of rock climbing. The skilled activity leaders at Preikestolen Mountain Lodge… Read more
Rock climbing - Preikestolen Mountain Lodge
Gjesåsen climbing park is situated next to Gjesåsen church. Here you can get airy experiences up between the trees! Read more
Gjesåsen climbing park
Climbing and rappelling  Close to Fjørå, 3km from the center of Valldal, is a great site for climbing and rappelling in an… Read more
Climbing, rappelling and caving - Valldal Naturopplevingar
Flatanger is a new proving ground for hard sport climbing, and it has been drawing elite climbers from around the world. The area's Hanshelleren cave… Read more
Climb Flatanger
Spectacular and challenging climbing park, with a fjord view from the unique Tveitåsen! The climbing park offers activities suitable for you and… Read more
Climbing park - Høyt & Lavt Nedstrand
Galdhøpiggen climbingpark consisting of 8 tracks including a test track and a children's trail. Here is the trot syntheses (zipline) and many… Read more
Galdhøpiggen High Rope Course
Parc d'escalade en forêt, avec 8 itinéraires comprenant plus de 70 éléments, comme par exemple le saut de Tarzan… Read more
Parc d'escalade d'Oslo
Randonnée pédestre
The views over the fjords and mountains in the Sunnmøre Alps are spectacular.   Season Jun-Oct.   Duration 2-3 hours. Distance and… Read more
Hiking trip to Saksa (1073 m.o.h.)
Loen Skylift is a spectacular new attraction and adventure arena, at the inner part of the Nordfjord, in the heart of Fjord Norway. A Cable Car will… Read more
Hiking at Mt. Hoven - Loen Skylift to 1011 m.
Roundtrip in mountains of Bergsjø where you follow the trail around the lake Bergsjøen. About 8 km in easy high mountain terrain with great view… Read more
Around lake Bergsjøen Ål in Hallingdal
Start: Near the mouth of Onarheimsvatnet lake towards Onarheimselva river along the Fv79 road. Information board. Signposted and waymarked according… Read more
Nyabruo - Blåbærhaugen
The view point Kongens Utsikt is 484 metres above the beautiful lakes of Tyrifjorden and Steinsfjorden, west of Kleivstua. Admire the fantastic vistas… Read more
Hiking route: "The king's view"
Hke the stairs in Midsund! Sherpas from Nebal have been working on this stone stairs, and this work is worth the trip alone. And of course a fantastic… Read more
Midsundtrappene - Digergubben (527 masl)
With a free fall of 275 metres Vettisfossen is the highest protected waterfall in Norway. You can get there on foot by walking up the beautiful… Read more
Vettisfossen Waterfall
The "Seven Sisters" are among the most photographed waterfalls in Geirangerfjorden. They are close to Knivsflå, the abandoned farm. No less than seven… Read more
The Seven Sisters
12 km walk in our finest nature on marked paths, crossing beaches, hills, and woods. Read more
Coastal Path on Kirkøy (Hvaler)
Dronningruta [The Queen's Route] is a marked trail about 15 km long and is a 'round trip' along the shoreline and over the mountain between Nyksund… Read more
Dronningruta [The Queen's Route]
Fjellsjøkampen is Akershus highest point - north in Akershus in the municipality Hurdal - 812 meters above sea level. There are multiple opportunities… Read more
Hiking - Fjellsjøkampen the highest peak in Akershus
A walk that's suitable for all! This is a golden opportunity to photograph the best that Bergen has to offer, assuring you of a great view. Read more
Walking down from Fløyen til Bergen centre
Join us as we retrace the pilgrim's journey from Munkeby Monastery to Stiklestad. Discover the fascinating history about Saint Olav and the Munkeby… Read more
Pilgrimage - from Munkeby to Stiklestad
In the fair, wild nature, the navvy road winds down from the mountains to the fjord. In the deserted valley you can walk in a beautiful scenery, while… Read more
Rallarveien - The Navvy Road
This is a great, family-friendly summit trip! Mount Venelifjellet – literally "the beautiful mountain" – carries its name well and is a… Read more
Venelifjell Hiking Area in Vrådal
Le sentier qui longe le fleuve Akerselva commence au lac Maridalsvannet et mène jusqu’au quartier Vaterland dans le centre d’Oslo.… Read more
Promenade le long d’Akerselva
On the island of Oterøya, west of Molde, the Mountains lie "in the ocean" and are among the most stunning places to hike in the area. Park by RV RV668… Read more
Rørsethornet (729 m.a.s.l.)
Pêche
Incoming tour operator. Activities like fishing, boat tours, guided tours, accommodation and transport. We speak Russian, English, Czech and… Read more
Jandis: Fishing and guided tours in Bergen
Rena river is one of the most attractive rivers in Norway. It is allowed to fish all year in Løpsjøen up to Holmbo. The river is special in that the… Read more
Angling in the Rena river
Nordvest Opplevelser  takes you on boat trips you will never forget. Welcome to a Norwegian adventure - at sea!     SIGHTSEEING… Read more
Nordvest Opplevelser AS
The Rena River has some of Norway's best flyfishing for big grayling and trout. The current Norwegian record for grayling caught on dryfly is… Read more
Rena Fishing Camp
Join our local fishermen on an unforgettable fishing trip where you will experience true Arctic marine wildlife. We will take you to the best fishing… Read more
Polar Fishing Adventure from Tromsø – Polar Adventures
Bessaker is known as a wonderful holiday place and perfectly suitable for fishing. "Bessaker Liv og Røre" offer guided fishing trip with a large… Read more
Bessaker Liv og Røre
Fjordfishing 2 night incl. a 3-course dinner on day 1, and a taste of local sea food day 2. From 3190 NOK  per person in double room. Rent… Read more
Deepsea fishing
M/B James is a nice fishing boat that offers fishing trips in the beautiful Hvaler archipelago. The boat is rented on an hourly basis, and includes… Read more
Fishing trip by boat on the Hvaler islands
Are you looking to take the big pike? By joining a fishing guide you are virtually guaranteed to get the big fish. Then you are in a boat and many… Read more
Fishing guides in the Halden Canal
Gosta is specialised in fishing, and they have all the fishing equipment you will need, plus the knowledge you need to find the good fishing spots.… Read more
Fishing trips on fishing boat
The inner part of the Oslo Fjord has many good fishing spots, and you don't need a licence to fish here. For a map of the fishing places along the… Read more
Fishing in the Oslo Fjord
Great fishing conditions in Vradal! Read more
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