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A well laid out walking track with some splendid scenery, Ladestien covers a distance of 14 kilometers (9 miles) and hugs the Lade peninsula's coastline. Along its route, you get to explore some secluded bays and breezy hilltops that provide some breathtaking views overlooking Fosen and Trondheimsfjord. The trail is also dotted with many shingle beaches like the Djupvika and Ringvebukta. Ladestien is also lined with various species of flora including alder, Rowan, spruce, pine and birch.
Bordering the Byåsen district, Bymarka is a mesmerizing nature reserve which can be accessed by car or the tram line operating from Gråkall Line. During winters and summers, Bymarks allures visitors with its versatile landscape. Cross-country skiing is a popular activity here during winters while summers are an ideal time for jogging, hiking and walks. Common fauna found in this nature park include squirrel, hare, red fox and moose. Tree species largely spotted here include Scots pine, Downy birch and Norway spruce, a native species.
Trondheim city's primary source of potable water, Jonsvatnet is a beautiful lake surrounded by a picturesque landscape. The lake comprises three water streams including Kilvatnet, Storvatnet and Litjvatnet. The lake's waters are rich in pike, char and trout which makes it a popular spot for fishing. Jonsvatnet is enveloped by a sprawling open area which is frequented by skiing enthusiasts during winters.
Located in Skaun municipality of Norway's Sør-Trøndelag county, Malmsjøen is a mesmerizing lake offering some remarkable views of the surrounding region. Skaun village is approximately at a distance of 1.5 kilometers (0.93 miles) from Malmsjøen while Melhus village is at a distance of nearly 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) from the lake. Malmsjøen also supplies drinking water to Skaun and the neighboring regions.
A picturesque lake in Melhus municipality of Sør-Trøndelag county, Benna is surrounded by an inviting landscape. It lies to the west of the serene Gaula river and around 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) to the west of the town of Lundamo. With its mystical setting, Benna remains a favorite picnic site among tourists and locals.
Norway's 17th biggest lake, Selbusjø is a beautiful lagoon covering an area of 58.26 square kilometers (22.49 square miles). It is also Sør-Trøndelag county's largest lake. The lake lies in the catchment area of Nea-Nidelv basin and the Nea river flows into Selbusjø through its east end. Selbusjø is enveloped by the scenic hamlets of Innbygda, Selbustrand, Sjøbygda and Fossan.