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Café Pi offers a varied lunch and dinner menu, and fruit or ice cream for the kids.
Open from. 11.am. Monday to Saturday.
The kitchen closes at 10.pm....
Hafjell- Øyerfjellet is a network of trails bordering other networks leading towards Ringebu in the north and Nordseter and Sjusjøen in the south.
Artist Trine Sundt established Stavanger Glassblåseri at Gausel autumn 2004. You can here find the shop and the studio where Trine creates her art out...
We proudly welcome you up to the first floor. The Sørensen family's old living area provides an excellent environment for your very special meal.
Come to Pæskatun and see an old industry in modern times! Slate products have been crafted in Alta since the 1800s, and the practice today is still similar to the old-fashioned ways. Learn about the history of the slate workers in Alta.
Dog sledding adventure for the whole family! We run dog sledding trips to Alta’s best tobogganing hill. It’s fun for young and old alike! We serve a homemade lunch around an open fire. We offer trips every day at 11 am.
Participate in a course at the Norwegian Arctic Academy. Learn polar expedition techniques and progression on Arctic terrains at the very top of Europe. North Cape in winter is a life-time experience.
Join us for a daytime fatbike trip along the many scenic dog sledding and snowmobile trails in the Alta Valley. This means the best single tracks you can dream of and an unforgettable nature-based experience with a large portion of exercise included for good m
Dont you dare a swim in the ocean?
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