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Oslo

Hovedøya island

Hovedøya is the island closest to the city centre, with beautiful forests, beaches and cultural heritage.

Os i Østerdalen

Nørdalen nature and culture trail

Nørdalen nature and history trail starts by Langtjønna in Nørdalen, with access from Route 28, 6 km from the junction with Route 30. The path follows o...

Arendal

Aust-Agder Trekking Association

Aust-Agder trekking association has information about hiking in the hills and mountains. Cabins and a lighthouse are both available for accommodation.

Geiranger

Norwegian Fjord Centre

Norwegian Fjordcenter - an experience for all ages We are working in conjunction with UNESCO, we dedicate ourselves to developing expertise in protec...

Harstad

Mountain hike to Musvannet

A mountain hike where there is a “gapahuk” (rustic shelter) with a fireplace at Musvannet.

Harstad

Wilderness evening in Lavvo

We offer rental of the tent, - serving from our game menu or catering from one of our gourmet restoration collector, where chefs ask for food and dining! Activities like shooting simulator, ax throwing, bow & arrow shooting, lassoing mmAlle rights.

Harstad

Mountain hike to Keipen

A mountain walk with fantastic views to the west and the opportunity to see the Midnight Sun!

Gjøvik

Østbyhøgda

Østbyhøgda is an area located south of Gjøvik along the road "Vestre Totenveg", the picture above is taken at  a sightseeing spot called "Utsikten"...

Gjøvik

Bergstoppen - Gjøvik

You don’t have to travel far from Gjøvik to find miles of child-friendly hiking trails. Bergstoppen is around 435 metres above sea level and boasts fa...

KVALØYA

Midnight Sun Kayak Camp – Tromsø Villmarkssenter

The midnight sun reflected in calm waters, the sound of seabirds nesting as your kayak glides perfectly still through the water. This is the essence of Norwegian “Friluftsliv”, the feeling of serene calm you get while enjoying life outdoors.
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