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Hunderfossen High Ropes Course

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Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Kirsti Hovde
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familiepark

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This is really exciting! Huge area with a lot of possibilities for climbing and rappelling.

With different tracks and levels, this attraction is perfect for both groups and individuals of all ages. With helmets and other security equipment you can safely pass bridges and other challenges up to 12 metres in the air. Minimum 130 cm/7 years. NOK 100,- extra fee for red course. Children until 15 years must be accompanied by an adult (maximum two children per adult).

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  • Climbing Climbing
  • Family activities Family activities
  • Sports Sports

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At Hunderfossen, 15 km north of Lillehammer Centre, you are guaranteed to see our gigantic Troll - 14 m high while sitting! Just next to the huge Troll you will find the High Ropes Course.
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Hunderfossen High Ropes Course - Photo: Kirsti Hovde

Hunderfossen High Ropes Course

This is really exciting! Huge area with a lot of possibilities for climbing and rappelling. With different tracks and levels, this attraction is...

Hunderfossen High Ropes Course

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