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Fjærland kayak & glacier

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

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KAYAKING – SOGNEFJORDEN The small village of Fjærland close to Jostedalsbreen glacier has a long tradition of hiking in the mountains and on glaciers. Boating has also been a very important activity, both for transport and for pure fun. We try to continue this tradition in the spirit of the old glacier-guides and boating people of Fjærland. A big but fun task! The Fjærlandsfjord is nothing if not unique. The views from the kayak while paddling north in the fjord are spectacular. You will see snow covered mountains and the Supphellebreen glacier, a branch of the Jostedalsbreen glacier, a memory for life!

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Fjærland kayak & glacier - Photo: Gaute Bøyum

Fjærland kayak & glacier

KAYAKING – SOGNEFJORDEN The small village of Fjærland close to Jostedalsbreen glacier has a long tradition of hiking in the mountains and on glaciers....

Fjærland kayak & glacier

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