Must be a reason why Kilian moved to Åndalsnes in Norway. I`ve been there a few times but never lived there though. A town of about 2500 inhabitans including pretty many mountaineering enthusiats. Google Store Trolltinden, Vengetinden, Kvanndalstind to get an impression.
I think further north in Norway is a pretty interesting area if you google Helgeland or Nordland. Not that much talked about but very interesting terrain. Not that far from Lofoten which is super popular (for a reason thogh).
Not a training question mostly a ideal training/living location. I have lived in the Bow Valley (Canmore to Exshaw) for 2 years and love how close the ice climbing, rock climbing and skiing is from my doorstep. On any given day in 1-2 hours I am walking down a trail head to any climb I want. For people who have lived in South America, Alps, New Zealand etc, do you have a favorite Alpine Town that is suited for retirement to climb your life away? Crowds are a negative factor and so is a gondola ride to the top.
Been planning an escape and would like to start building a radar list for some travel destinations post Covid. Been on the Training Program since October now and just want a dream destination to unleash on.
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