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Are you looking for an exciting hiking adventure, scurrying over mountainous rocks, and scaling deep cracks? Have months of revision left you aching for an energetic paintball war or longing to soak up some nature? Klyva offers wild adventures in nature’s very own playground, perfect for anyone in need of a bit of fresh air and outdoor living.

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Klyva has plenty of activities on offer, from corporate events, helicopter tours, team building exercises and cliff-top walks, to wild holiday adventures and other fun activities. Klyva’s activities can be tailor-made to suit your needs.

Why not experience a cliff-top hike? This exciting, action-packed walk takes place in the rocky terrain at the southern edge Øygarden, close to Turøy. Get fit on an exciting hiking adventure over whale-like rocks, through narrow gorges, and deep caves and passages. The trips have three difficulty ratings and can be adapted to suit everyone’s ability. At Klyva’s amazing wilderness camp you’ll find clay pigeon shooting, obstacle courses, archery, axe and knife throwing, and Co2 pistol shooting. Axe throwing is a great fun Viking activity with axes that weigh a couple of kilos. For the Vikings wannabes, Klyva has its own paintball arena for bloody paintball wars. All your equipment can be rented from Klyva and they have qualified instructors and guides that will lead you on anadventure you’ll never forget.

Helicopter rental for spectacular flights over the archipelago. Klyva offers a well-equipped wilderness camp with food and drinks by arrangement as well as overnight accommodation .Klyva can also arrange clat-pigeon shooting and have their own paintball arena and paintball shop, for sale and rental of equipment.

Weather permitting - remember to book in advance.

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Follow highway 555 from Bergen. Take a right at roundabouts after Kolltveit tunnel and follow highway 561.Enjoy the spectacular journey past Ågotnes, over Solsvik Strait, Misje, Rongesundbrua and Toftøy to Rong. Here you’ll see a sign for a meeting place near the main road. Driving time from Bergen is about 30 min.
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