UT.no

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UT.no
Available in Norwegian, translateable
Owner Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation
Norwegian Trekking Association
Editor Thor Gjermund Eriksen
URL ut.no
CommercialNon-profit website
RegistrationCovers all of Norway;
News, nature, trips, accommodations
Current statusOnline
Written inNorwegian

UT.no is a Norwegian trip planning website. The site [1] is a joint undertaking between Norwegian Trekking Association and Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, and was launched on 23 October 2009.

The site has information about hiking, skiing, sightseeing trips, amongst others. [2] [3]

A mobile application for iPhone and Android was launched in 2012, with maps and descriptions of hikes and cottages. [4]

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