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Climb a Peak – Active Tromsø

Join us on a full day of hiking and sense the harmony of our beautiful nature, majestic mountains and spectacular peaks.

Active Husky Walk - Active Tromsø

Our life is full of dogs and on our little farm you will learn all about those dogs, dog sledding, training and dog sled races with us and our beautiful, happy and playful Alaskan huskies.

Glacier Walk – Active Tromsø

Be brave and experience an unique adventure in the world of snow and ice. Together with our experienced and certified guide you will discover the colourful variety of Steindalsbreen: deep crevasses, canyons, waterfalls, blue pools and moulins.

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Charter Boat Fishing, departure from Lauklines – Explore the Arctic

Welcome to experience exciting sea fishing outside the spectacular coast of Kvaløya. The tour starts from Lauklines Kystferie, a 45 minutes drive from Tromsø.The area has been associated with fishing for several hundred years.

Horseback ride on the Lyngen Horse – Tromsø Lyngshest

You are welcome to visit the renowned and most experienced breeder of the Lyngen Horse in Tromsø. We have breeding mares, foals, virile stallions and playful youngsters who will be most happy to show you how they are a living proof of Northern Norwegian culture and history.

One Night of Active Midnight Sun Kayaking – Active Tromsø

Get close to our beautiful coastline with our experienced and certified instructor for sea kayaking. You will live the magic of the fairytale Midnight Sun.

Charter Boat Fishing, departure from Tromsø – Explore the Arctic

Welcome to experience exciting sea fishing outside the spectacular coast of Kvaløya. The area has been associated with fishing for several hundred years. Our location in Kattfjorden gives us possibilities to go fishing in all kind of wind directions. When it's rough sea we go fishing in the fjords, but the distance to the open sea is never long.
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