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Sykkylven

Fishing in Sykkylven

Sykkylven is an eldorado for fishing, and here you can try it in both rivers, waters and in fjords. There are excellent spots for fjord fishing along...

Skodje

Solnørelva og Engesetdalsvatnet.

In Solnørelva river and Engesetdalsvatnet lake you can fish for trout and salmon. A fishing permit must be purchased.

Eidsdal

Eidsvatnet, Eidsdal

The lake is situasted beside the road rv 63, and is known to be one of the country's best fishing lakes by a main road. The licence area also includes...

Valldal

Salmon fishing in Valldal

The river "Valldøla" is divided into 13 zones with 2 rods per zone. Stretch with salmon approximately 10 km. Sale of permits: Tourist information in...

Tafjord

Fishing in Tafjordfjella

A common fishing permit has been issued for Tafjordfjell that covers almost all lakes and rivers in the about 150 km2 large area. The lakes and rivers...

Ørskog

Fishing in Ørskog

Ørskog has got three valleys with rivers, and the Ørskog, Vaksvik and Solnørvassdraget rivers provide excellent fishing opportunities along with the Storfjord, plunging to a depth of 700 metres.

Runde

Boat trip from Runde port

Join a 2 hour boat- and sightseeing trip from the harbour of Runde (approx. 2 hours with car from Ålesund), to the bird cliffs at Runde. A unique cha...
Price from NOK 200,- per person

Ørsta

Øye

Øye is the point of departure for mountain hikes to Slogen and Smørskredtindane, or wandering along the mossy paths of Norangsdalen. Excellent fishing...

Ørsta

Sæbø

The tourist village beside the Hjørundfjord has a very unusual hotel built right on the water's edge, two campingsites and the salmon river Bondalselva. Starting point for walks in valleys and to the summit of Skårasalen. Boat-trips for fishing and sightseeing on the fjord.

Ørsta

The Sunnmøre Alps

The bedrock at Sunnmøre was formed at the beginning of time. Since then, through millions of years, the shifting glaciers have dug out fjords and valleys and left behind a magnificent area of peaks and summits. It is the interaction between the Hjørundfjord glacier and the many flank glaciers that has formed the Sunnmøre Alps.
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