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Climbing in Norway
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Klatreverket is Norway's largest climbing centre, with about 1700 m² of climbing and 700 m² of bouldering. The highest walls are 14 metres high, and...
Kajakk, klatring og friluftsliv (Kayak, climbing and outdoor) is a small company in South of Norway. We want to give you nice experiences with the...
Folgefonni Breførarlag takes you on a walk on one of Norway`s coastal glaciers. If you are physically fit and over 12 years of age, Folgefonna...
Day 1: To Storvatnet lake where you camp and take the climbing course.
Day 2: We climb up the south ridge to the top of Innerdalstårnet.
Thursday: Beginner’s climbing course.
Friday: Mountaineering course in old training area.
Saturday: Adapted climb up onto Innerdalstårnet.
The tower has been made by the Spanish company Top30. It is approximately 12 metres high and has a climbing face of about
155m2 consisting of...
Climbing means to cross borders and meet yourself, deeply concentrated, in steep surroundings, shivering with excitement. If you want to try this,...
Ål Idrettshall (sports hall) is in close distance to the centre of Ål, and is home to plenty of organizations and activities.
Throughout the year...
Kayaking, canoeing courses, mountain climing, nature photography courses. Weekends/nights....
There are many good places for oudoor climbing in Ål and also several boulders. Ål Klatreklubb (Ål Climbing Association) has an indoor climbing wall...
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