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Fjærland kayak & glacier

Fjærland kayak & glacier Photo: Gaute Bøyum
Fjærland kayak & glacier Photo: Gaute Bøyum

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GLACIER WALKS – JOSTEDALSBREEN In the 1880s the first mountaineers and tourist came to the glaciers in Fjærland. Even before this the local people traveled by foot to visit relatives and friends, to weddings, meetings and to court. We have local guides which know the history and have the skills to give you a experience for life. The glacier walk and climbing take place on Flatbreen glacier, part of the Jostedalsbreen glacier in Fjærland, Nigardsbreen and on Haugabreen glacier in Jølster.

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Fjærland kayak & glacier - Photo: Gaute Bøyum

Fjærland kayak & glacier

GLACIER WALKS – JOSTEDALSBREEN In the 1880s the first mountaineers and tourist came to the glaciers in Fjærland. Even before this the local people...

Fjærland kayak & glacier

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