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Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark

Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Strikkhopp & Sånt AS
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Strikkhopp & Sånt AS
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Grethe Nygaard
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Grethe Nygaard
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Grethe Nygaard
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Grethe Nygaard
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Grethe Nygaard
Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark Photo: Grethe Nygaard

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Visit Trolljuv Adrenalinpark for the most intense adrenalin rush of the summer; Trolljuv bridge is suspended between two dizzyingly high mountain-side tunnels far above the waters of Åkrafjorden.
With the Bungy cord securely fastened to your harness, you step out onto the exit ramp positioned 115 metres above the fjord. It is impossible to catch your breath once you cast yourself off and the mountain walls of the narrow gorge race up towards you. The Kick can scarcely be described; this is Eupope´s wildest Bungee Jump! (Parental permission required if under 16 years of age). Price from NOK 790,-
In 2012 we opened Europe’s highest Zip-line; participants hang from a pulley positioned on a wire rope suspended over the gorge that whizzes across at up to 40 km/hour. We start off with a round in our training course for a practical review of how to get through our unique mountain trail which is bolted onto almost vertical granite. Once the training is done, we assume the BIG track! Price from NOK 290,- (w/Webticket)

Drop-in for individuals on scheduled days.

On request for groups in extended season May 31th - Sept. 25th

For opening hours, see: http://www.bungee.no/aktiviteter/aktivitetskalender.html

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  • Climbing Climbing
  • Family activities Family activities
  • Theme parks Theme parks
  • Sports Sports
  • Sightseeing Sightseeing

Hours

5/30/2015 - 9/5/2015
Sat
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
7/12/2015 - 9/6/2015
Sun
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
7/14/2015 - 8/6/2015
Tue and Thu
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark - Photo: Strikkhopp & Sånt AS

Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark

Visit Trolljuv Adrenalinpark for the most intense adrenalin rush of the summer; Trolljuv bridge is suspended between two dizzyingly high mountain-side...

Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark

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