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GoRafting: Brupendling

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GoRafting: Brupendling

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A genuinely adrenaline-fuelled activity: Imagine standing at one end of the bridge, secured by a harness and strong ropes. One tiny step, and you free-fall down towards the river. Thankfully, the ropes gradually tighten and stop the fall before you reach the bottom, and you then swing towards the other end of the bridge. We guarantee high speed and lots of excitement before you are brought back to safety.

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  • Season

    • may
    • august
    • july
    • june
    • september
    • october
  • Age limit

    • 12 years

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GoRafting: Brupendling

A genuinely adrenaline-fuelled activity: Imagine standing at one end of the bridge, secured by a harness and strong ropes. One tiny step, and you...

GoRafting: Brupendling

Source: Visitnorway

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