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Mo Laksegard Photo: Mo LAksegard

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Mo Laksegard can provide several spectacular activities for groups.

The Burma Bridge:
This is a bridge that consists of a thick rope for walking upon, and two ropes to hold on to. The bridge stretches across a gorge. You are ready to cross when you have put on the harness and connected yourself to the safety rope. All that remains is a 40-metre suspended walk in fabulous surroundings.
An exciting activity for those willing to try something new.

Price: NOK 495,- per person
Min: 6 persons

Abseiling:
Have youever stood on the edge of a steep slope and felt the wind rush up under you? The valley floor is a long way down and you realise that you shall abseil in the same direction. Your nerves play a little as the excitement rises and you look forward to starting. You put on the harness and helmet; connect the abseil brake to the rope. A small step outwards but a big step for you…you are abseiling.

Price: 495,- per person.
Min: 6 persons

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Mo Laksegard can provide several spectacular activities for groups. The Burma Bridge: This is a bridge that consists of a thick rope for walking...

Mo Laksegard

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