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Skammestein

Hiking with dogs

Hikingtours among beautiful mountains with dogs may be a great family event .The children get extra motivated in company with loving Huskies that eve...

Skammestein

JAVNBERGET 1097 masl

Length: ca. 1.5 km one way Duration: ca. 45 min. up Altitude difference: 240 meters Suitable for children: from 3-4 yrs. Follow road 51 to Skammeste...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 2 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Forest
Season:
June - September

Beitostølen

Fjellrittet Beitostølen

Fjellrittet arrange treks, mainly in the Southern and Eastern parts of Jotunheimen. The horses are our lifestyle and we wish to take you on unforgetta...

Beito

Dog sledding, winter - Beito Husky Tours

Outdoor activities for the whole family and real wilderness experiences for the adventurous ones! - all year around. Dog sledging in beautiful surrou...

Beito

Canoe rental - Beito Husky Tours

Outdoor activities for the whole family - all year round. Canoes for hire at Beito

Beitostølen

Boat rental, fishing license and ice fishing at Lake Øyangen

We rent out two boats at Lake Øyangen in Beito, a 12 foot alufish and a 17 foot wooden boat. Life vests and fuel er included in the rental rate....

Beitostølen

Sleigh Ride

Sleigh Ride; 45 minutes in the evening with harness bells, torches and warm toddy. Daytrip from 10:00 to 15:00. The horses will take you into the mou...

Beitostølen

Bygdin - Bygdisheim (6 km)

GRADE: Easy. Recommended for families with young children or less experienced cyclists. No traffic. ROUTE DESCRIPTION: From Beitostolen, drive to the...

Beitostølen

Beito circle (13,7 km)

TYPE: Easy/Moderate, but a steep climb the last two km. Paved road with some traffic. Not recommended for small children. DESCRIPTION: Follow Road...

Beito

Ice fishing at Lake Øyangen

Ice fishing with guide Åge Nystuen. We have a camp at the shore of Øyangen that servies as our base. From there, we enter the ice and drill the holes....
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