Explore the great Norwegian outdoors with activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking and fishing.
You don't have to ski to enjoy a winter holiday in Norway. Try ice skating, ice climbing or dog sledding under the northern lights for example.
In the forest nearby, there is a high wire adventure park divided into two areas.
Find detailed information on the main mountain regions in Norway. Galdhøpiggen in Jotunheimen is the tallest mountain at 2,469 metres above sea level.
Top speeds and top courses. Try some of Norway’s exciting downhill venues. The World Cup Arena of Hafjell is the leading destination.
Cycle on a remote island in the midnight sun, try a path beneath a mountain plunging into a fjord, or get your adrenalin pumping going downhill.
For a ticket to adventure, bring your mountain bike to Norway. There are cycle routes on gravel roads, in the mountains and along rough cart roads.
With few cars and hardly any noise, it is easy to find scenic routes for safe, enjoyable cycling holidays along Norwegian roads.
All you need to know about coast and deep-sea fishing in Norway, including information on safety, popular destinations, expert tips and more.
More fun, more snow, more choice. The Norwegian ski season typically lasts for six months and usually offers good snow conditions throughout.
All you need to know about freshwater fishing in Norway, including rules and regulations, safety issues, expert tips, popular destinations and more.
Make sure you stay safe during your fishing holiday in Norway, and that you are familiar with local rules and regulations.
Dog sledging is a popular winter activity. You can even go dog sledging on wheels in the summer. Riding is possible many places across Norway.
Follow the British newspaper The Guardian's advice and go kayaking in the Lofoten Islands. Or go paddling on the UNESCO protected Nærøyfjord.
Find safety tips and practical information to help you make the most out of your hiking holiday in Norway.
Author of cycling books Øyvind Wold names 10 of his favourite biking trips in Norway. Some of them are well known, others in undiscovered places.
No fish is worth risking your life. Conditions at sea can be unpredictable so take adequate precautions before setting out on your fishing trip.
In the Lista region living is easy. Spend the day at one of the many beaches, go explore the lighthouses or spend the day in Sørlandsbadet.
The Norwegian Mountain Code is directed towards your safety.
Eastern Norway´s varied landscape around Lillehammer and Hemsedal offers gentle hills and forest tracks to mountain rides. Plan your day trip here.
Hafjell offers a world class downhill venue, and there are good parks at Geilo and Hemsedal. Or head to Vrådal in the Telemark Mountains.
From the Oslofjord to Northern Norway, road cycling offers scenic landscapes, well maintained roads and little traffic.
Take some precautions to get the most out of your cycling holiday. Here you will find practical information that makes your trip safe and enjoyable.
The Cyclists Welcome scheme makes it easy for cyclists on holiday to find accommodation, food, information and maps.
Finding the hike that is right for you is easy with Norway’s grading system.
Sea fishing in Norway offers visiting anglers year-round sport with a whole range of species, including some that regularly reach record proportions.
The Norwegian Trekking Association offers marked trails all over Norway. Stay at a new cabin or hotel each night, and explore large mountain areas.
Jeremy Fischer lived comfortably in L.A. but decided to make a drastic change in his life. One day he spontaneously quit his job and headed to Norway.
Join a group or go riding on your own. There are three different Norwegian horse breeds, of which the Norwegian fjord horse is maybe the most famous.
Get the more fun out of your skiing holiday by learning to ski at Norwegian ski schools.
Sport and recreational fishing in the sea around Norway can be enjoyed free of charge provided that you follow some simple rules.
You will need to purchase various, easily obtainable licences depending on where you want to go fishing in Norway. Find out more here.
Safety when fishing on inland waters in Norway mostly boils down to common sense and taking some basic precautions.
Oslo Winter Park Tryvann and Vierli lead the scene. Hemsedal has good off-piste snowboarding and many parks offer high international standards.
The Norwegian Trekking Association presents 10 favourite iconic mountain hikes in Norway. Besseggen and Preikestolen are among their recommendations.
Reach speeds of up to 100 kilometres per hour on Hardangervidda.
Get close to nature on a dog sledding trip this winter, and travel at high speed across the Norwegian wilderness, pulled by a pack of eager huskies.
Choose skiing close to the capital of Oslo. Travel to Norway's largest ski resort in Trysil or to the oldest in Geilo. All resorts are child friendly.
Changing weather makes it important to take precautions and bring the right gear.
Bring the right equipment and clothing, and get tips on first aid.
Find some of the most popular cycling routes. Choose the Old Navys' Road, or take a trip along the coast of Lofoten.
Cross-country skiing in Norway is free of charge. Well-prepared tracks are found in large parts of the country. Here are some recommended areas.
Freshwater fishing in Norway can be a memorable experience, and here is a selection of some of the very best freshwater fishing areas in Norway.
Go skating outdoors in the middle of Oslo, or on a frozen lake or river in the countryside.
Hiking in Norway is an incredible experience. Find a few of the most spectacular areas of them all, from the wild and extreme to family-friendly fun
The Norwegian travel magazine Reiser & Ferie and the Norwegian Biking Association have ranked Norway’s top 10 biking routes.
Tour suggestions include the Jotunheimen and Rondane National Parks and the old Pilgrims' Trail. Choose to walk with a guide or by yourself.
Want to catch a really big salmon? With over 400 salmon rivers producing fish of a remarkably high average size, Norway offers a great chance.
Fishing in Norway’s lakes, rivers and streams for wild trout, grayling, pike, powan and Arctic char is inexpensive and largely under-exploited.
Invented high in the Norwegian mountains of might, the elegant style of Telemark skiing leaves you thrilled with excitement.
Follow the British newspaper The Guardian's advice and go kayaking in Lofoten. Or go paddling on the UNESCO protected Nærøyfjord, or an inland lake.
Norway has an abundant fauna and a rich animal life. The opportunities for hunting are many.
People have been skiing for more than 4,000 years in Norway. In fact, this is where skiing first became a sport.
Explore Norway’s breathtaking coastline and let experienced local guides introduce you to the best sea fishing in Europe.
Explore Norway on a self-guided hike with Din Tur on your next walking holiday.
There is a network of well maintained, marked trails and cabins all over Norway. Find hiking offers and read about the main mountain areas.
Norway has many attractive hiking lodges where you can sample traditional cuisine. You can also choose from a variety of guided hiking tours.
Book an organised hike if you want accommodation and luggage transportation. Several foreign tour operators can arrange such trips for you.
Norske Bygdeopplevelser is a tour operator with in-depth knowledge of cycling all over Norway. Tours include accommodation, meals and maps.
Specialist hiking lodges and hotels are situated in ideal hiking terrains, offer maps and help you plan your hikes and walks.
These fishing offers and suggestions include deep-sea fishing, guided fishing tours and fishing for trout in mountain lakes.
Big fish, magnificent scenery and superb facilities. Outstanding freshwater and deep sea fishing make Norway a special destination for anglers.
Specialist hiking destinations offer a selection of accommodation and hiking possibilities. Find signposted trails with different difficulty levels.
Stay in good hotels or guest houses during the hike and have your luggage transported to the next place.
This summer you can experience Southern Norways white coastal cities by bike.
Book a cycle tour, go sea kayaking, fishing, golfing or take a cruise to maximize your days of midnight sun in Northern Norway.
Kayaking, fishing, cycling or golfing make the most of your extra daylight hours outdoors in Northern Norway, creating memorable adventures.
A stable climate with snow and a moderate chill is ideal for skiing, sledding, ice fishing and snowmobiling. At night, the northern lights appear.
Enjoy the natural wonders of the Troms region while kayaking, hiking in Rokhunborri National Park or fishing for char on the seaward side of Senja.
Winters here are cold with lots of snow - ideal for skiing and sledding. Stay in a snow hotel, fish for king crabs and hunt for the northern lights.
Fish for king crabs, cod or salmon, sail to the Russian border, visit a bird rock or rent a bicycle to explore the wild nature.