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TrollAktiv - rent a kayak

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We have 20 modern Eskimo kayaks for rent, suitable for beginners and more advance kayakers. For safety reasons, you must present documentation from a rapids course for kayakers. If you do not have this certification, half-day courses are available here at a price of NOK 440,- per person. This will give you the skills required to negotiate the river in the company of other people. Under no circumstances do we recommend kayaking alone.

NOK 350,- per day. The price includes kayak, spray deck, life jacket, helmet, paddle.
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TrollAktiv - rent a kayak

TrollAktiv - rent a kayak

We have 20 modern Eskimo kayaks for rent, suitable for beginners and more advance kayakers. For safety reasons, you must present documentation from a r...

TrollAktiv - rent a kayak

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