April 03, 2024

Trip to Rusasetvatnet

The heat is on here in the Philippines and for the past several days, I’ve been seeing my Facebook Memories when we visited Norway two years ago. Habang init na init ako dito sa Pilipinas, balot na balot naman ako sa pictures so let me do some throwback post. 

Every time we are in Norway, we always visit Rusasetvatnet if we want to do some walking. I already blogged about this place during our first visit but only shared part of it since we did not finish the trail so now, let me share the other part of Rusasetvatnet. 

Our trip was memorable because it snowed so it looks like we visited Rusasetvatnet during the winter season but it is already the start of spring season.



I mentioned in my blog post that Rusasetvatnet is an essential stop for all visitors in ├śrland. It became a favorite outdoor area, hiking place, and recreation area for the locals. And I guess not only for locals but also for tourists like me because their information board has an English Version too. Let me share some information about this place that I read from their information board. 


“Rusasetvatnet is one of the largest restored wetland areas in Norway. From 2014 to 2017 the lake was restored with a southern bank shaped as a recreation area for the public and an archipelago and a northern bank reserved for birds and wildlife. The islands in the lake are created for nesting"

As we walked, we saw a bonfire place, a picnic area, farmhouses, a cottage area for rent, a mini library, and an insect hotel. 







An insect hotel is a constructed habitat of wood or straw for insects like bumble bees or beetles.

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