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Snowrafting is quite similar to river rafting, but still very different. It is drier than river rafting, but also much steeper. You go down our snow-covered rafting run, and must prepare yourselv for screeming and laughing! On the way down we recommend you to take the time to look at the great view to the lake Gålåvatnet and the peaks of Jotunheimen National Park.

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Where:Peer Gynt Kafè
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Snowrafting

Snowrafting

Snowrafting is quite similar to river rafting, but still very different. It is drier than river rafting, but also much steeper. You go down our...

Snowrafting

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