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Rafting is great fun and suitable for almost everyone, whether you’re eight or eighty. It’s all about choosing the right trip! With 21 years’ experience, we deliverer to our visitors the best rafting adventures.
Kayak trip next to a glacier, glacier walk, hiking tour and camp life is some of the things you will experience on this Wildlife Camp. Welcome!
Kayak trip next to a glacier, glacier walk and camp life is some of the things you will experience on this Wildlife Camp. Welcome!
The experienced glacier guides at Nigardsbreen offer a wide range of well-organised glacier hikes on the blue ice, both for children as young as 6 years old and for those who are looking for something more challenging. Daily tours from may to september. Buy tickets at Breheimsenteret glacier museum, Jostedalen.
If hiking on regular old rock is becoming too boring for you, it’s time to dial up the challenge level with a hike on a giant river of pure ice.
ICETROLL offer kayaking tours on remote glacier lakes in Jostedalen, on the eastern side of the Jostedalsbreen Icecap. The tours, designed for any ability, range from day trips on one of two lakes, an overnight tour and, for the more adventurous, a 2-day tour.
LS Adventure offers a huge range of activities all through the year and with various levels of difficulty. Our professional team is ready to give you the ultimate nature experience!
ICETROLL offer tours including both crossing of a glacier lake with motor boat and glacier hiking. The tour is well suited for families with children.
The glacier "Strupen" is on the north eastern side of the Lyngen peninsula and is only reached by boat.
After a boat transfer the tour starts and leads you into a isolated and deserted glacier landscape, surrounded by steep mountains.
No visit to the Lyngen area would be complete without experiencing at least one of the many glaciers up close and personal. Here you can see how the glacier has formed the valley and you can see how the forces of nature affect the landscape.
Along the route there are information signs that give you information about the flora and fauna found in the area. You can also see how the glacier has retreated in the past years, when walking up the valley.