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Juving in the Gipa River

Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole
Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole
Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole
Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole
Juving in the Gipa River Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole

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Canyoning in the River Gipa. Large parts of the tour er litterally "in" the river. The tour starts at 700 m.a.s.l. and ends at 1080 m.a.s.l. You will feel the power of wild running water on this trip.

Bring old jogging shoes and woolen socks. If the weather is warm, a T-shirt and shorts will do. Otherwise, dress in wool and a waterproof jacket. Remember to bring a complete clothing shift as you will be all over wet after the tour, as well as a lunch package, drinks and a day pack.

Duration: 4-5 hours depending how challenging the water conditions are.

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Juving in the Gipa River - Photo: Beito Aktiv & Skiskole

Juving in the Gipa River

Canyoning in the River Gipa. Large parts of the tour er litterally "in" the river. The tour starts at 700 m.a.s.l. and ends at 1080 m.a.s.l. You will...

Juving in the Gipa River

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