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DAGALI

Norway's longest toboggan slope

Are you looking for fun and excitement the toboggan trail in Dagalifjell Park is an excellent playground. The track is 1,850 meters long and consists of straight stages and curves. The custom built sleds can reach a speed of 70 km/h.

DAGALI

Dagali Fjellpark - Ski resort

Dagali Fjellpark is a ski resort with much to offer for the whole family. The resort har a T-bar lift and 5 long slopes to suit both trained skiers and beginners. They also offer a separate beginners/childrens' area with it's own lift.

Laksvatn

Northern Lights from Horseback - Nordre Hestnes Gård

Experience the Northern Lights, fjord and mountains from horse back.

Lyngen

The Arctic Sailing - Northern lights, Fishing and Glacier

A luxurious Katamaran (45 foot Lagoon Sailingyacht, flybridge, two Saloons) will serve as accomodation for the 3 days. With departure from Tromsø, you will sail to the fascinating Alparea, the Lyngenalps.

Harstad

Totonor AS

Harstad Travpark is the northernmost all totaliser....

Lyngseidet

Under the midnightsun

A week to enjoy the best of Lyngen – on a horseback, by foot, driving around to see the midnight sun and try your fish luck. You will stay in a cabin, made of timber that looks like an old Viking house. Most of the food we serve is made from local farmers or caught in the Lyngenfjord. We want to invite you to experience an exciting Lyngen summer!

Geilo

Slaatta Skisenter - Geilo Ski Shool

Welcome to Slaatta Skisenter GEILO, The Winterparadice!

Lyngseidet

Discover the Lyngen Alps on horseback with Tour in Lyngenalps

Explore the Lyngen Alps on horseback. We offer you the possibility to ride the local Lyngs horse, a sturdy horse or another suitable breed, and take you comfortably and safely along one of the many trails found in the area.

Lyngen

Dogsledding in the Lyngen Alps

Take part in an arctic adventure. Now you have the chance to drive your own dog-sledding team, while experiencing the wilderness of the Lyngen Alps. The guide will give you a few tips on how to drive your team of dogs, before heading from the “basecamp” in Svensby.
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