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  1. FRISKE FRåSPARK

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Hordaland County Council and local partners in Norway. It was aimed at improving accessibility on two stretches of the North Sea Trail and organising walks and events along the trail.
  2. PROJECT “Steinriket Bømlo” – The Kingdom of Stones, Bømlo

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Hordaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It was aimed at making local mining history more readily available, as well as making various mining sites accessible for the public.
  3. PROJECT “Livsgledeløypa” – THE JOY OF LIFE TRAIL

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Hordaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It was aimed at increasing local interest in the North Sea Trail and upgrading 16 local trails to reach a national standard for all trails used for hiking, cycling, cross country skiing and kayaking.
    Following the trail
    Information signs
    Information signs
    Finding treasures
    Finding treasures
  4. BUA BYGDELAG (BUA LOCAL COMMUNITY GROUP)

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Hordaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It was aimed at recruiting skilled people from the local community to create a rest and picnic area at a viewpoint.
  5. “STORYTELLING” – TRANSMISSION OF LOCAL HISTORY CONNECTED TO THE NORTH SEA TRAIL

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Hordaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It was aimed at using local history as a resource for creating added value to existing natural and cultural heritage, and for developing new activity-stimulating measures linking existing products and services along the North Sea Trail.
  6. FJELL FORTRESS – ROUND TRIP WITH UNIVERSAL DESIGN

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Hordaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It was a pilot project aimed at making natural and cultural heritage (more) accessible for disabled user groups in a popular tourist spot, Fjell Fortress.
    Fjell Fortress
    The path to the fortress
    The path to the fortress
  7. Universelt tilrettelagt fiskeplass i Etneelva, Etne

    Etneelva er en av de beste lakseelvene på Vestlandet. Elva er delt opp i flere soner og det selges fiskekort til hver sone. I sone 8 ved Etne camping er det en meget fint tilrettelagt fiskeplass hvor rullestolbrukere kan komme til for å fiske.
  8. Pearls in the North Sea Trail – End of Story?

    The project ”Pearls in the North Sea Trail” was formally closed at the end of 2010. It was funded under the ”Value Creation Programme” from the Directorate for Cultural Heritage, running form 2006 – 2010 with the objective of develop new innovative projects related to cultural heritage. So what came out of it all? The overall lesson learned is that he successful projects has taken local traditions and local cultural heritage as their point of departure. By transforming these through art and make these available trough signed and guided tours new products are created that is interesting both to the local population and tourists.
  9. The Coastal Saga Weeks

    The Coastal Saga Weeks (Kystsogevekene) is an annual event for mobilising and visualising the traditional Norwegian coastal culture. The event takes place form mid-August to end September each year. The event hosts around 150 different events scattered along the coast of Hordaland, and attracts 35.000 visitors.
  10. Tourism, leisure and sustainable development on the coast

    Workshop on the added value of satellite services 20 OCTOBER 2011, Carion Bergen Airport Hotel, Bergen Norway On the 22nd of October, Coast Alive in cooperation with EURISY and the Hordaland County Council will host a conference on the potential of satellite technology for managing, promoting and develop natural and cultural heritage
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