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Hardanger Basecamp offers a wide range of activities for groups. Join a historic walk through the old watertunnels in Osa or guided mountain hikes. Workshops on nature, stone age themes or survival courses. Stay overnight in a Mongolian yurt! (June-Oct). At the Osa cafe you can have Belgian pancakes.

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Hardanger Basecamp offers a wide range of activities for groups. Join a historic walk through the old watertunnels in Osa or guided mountain hikes....

Hardanger Basecamp

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