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Hvitsten

Ramme Gaard - farm café and shop

The farm cafe at RAMME is being rebuilt and will re-open June 2015. In the meantime visitors can relax in the farmyard with a picnic lunch. Organic eg...

Drøbak

Avistegnernes Hus

The place to enjoy the satire and humorous observations of this irreverent group of illustrators. There is a lot of activity and an ambitious exhibit...

Sand

Nesa Wharfhouse (Ryfylkemuseum)

Since 1991 has Nesa Wharfhouse, Sand in Ryfylke been the main office of the Ryfylke Museum and an exhibit which yields insight into the culture and...

Lyngseidet

Dog sledding in the Lyngen Alps – Tour in Lyngenalps

Experience a real Arctic adventure when running your own dog team in the Lyngen Alps. Two people share a sled and 4-6 Alaska huskies run in front.

Tromsø

Guided Snowshoeing Trip – Tromsø Outdoor

A great way to start your day! Join us on a short snow-shoeing trip in easy terrain.
Effort level
  • Easy

Tromsø

Guided Cross-Country Skiing - Tromsø Outdoor

Once in Norway you cannot leave without trying our national sport! Our cross-country ski trip is designed for beginners – people who have never tried skiing before, or have tried it many years ago.

Lyngseidet

Cross-country Skiing in the Lyngen Alps – Tour in Lyngenalps

Winter in Lyngen Alps is coloured by blue light and white snow. This creates a nice setting for winter activities. Cross-country skiing is something most Norwegians love to do.
Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Challenging
Duration
  • 7 hours

Lyngseidet

Snowmobile Adventure in the Lyngen Alps – Tour in Lyngenalps

This snowmobile safari takes you from fjord to mountain in the Lyngen Alps – a great opportunity to experience the wonderful and varied landscape that exists here.

KVALØYA

Northern Lights Overnight Expedition – Arctic Adventure Tours

Dogsled and sleep underneath the Aurora Borealis. A slightly more challenging Arctic experience but easily achievable. Sled with your huskies through early evening and into the night. Two meals are provided along with all the Arctic equipment you will need. So just bring yourself!
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