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At Fjällnäs, we live with an unspoiled wilderness on our very doorstep.The weather changes very quickly and just as unexpectedly. Our senses are thro...
A rubber raft or a toboggan-chain are pulled at high speed behind a snow scooter.
“Via Ferrata” is Italian for iron road. This is a climbing route where you are secured to the rock by means of a steel cable. There are also iron rungs in the steepest sections, making the ascent safe and relatively simple.
Synshorn Via Ferrata
The Synshorn Mountain is situated between the lakes Bygdin and Vinstre. Experienced guides take you safely up the steep rock face...
Stella Polaris AS (Ltd.), established in 1990, organizes nature and culture activities for groups of all sizes in unconventional ways in the area around Bodø. The trips can last from a few hours up to several days, and may include deep-sea rafting, sea eagle safaris, fishing trips, glacier hikes and canoeing, to mention but a few of your options.
The area has many options for people interested in more demanding mountainhikes. We recommend participation of the hikes arranged by Molde and Romsdal...
The DNT office organizes a number of activities for both summer and winter seasons for those who want to join guided tours or for those who want to lea...
Lyngsfjord Adventure offers the Tromsø city guiding with helicopter: a private tour around the island of Tromsø, crossing the mountain Tromsdalstind (1238m above sea level). You will first get safety instructions, before heading of for the round-trip (duration 15-20 min).
Join Sámi herders and experience the reindeers on their annual spring migration from their winter pastures on the inland further north towards the coast. This adventure is a unique privilege made available for the very few by Sámi families from Finnmark.
Live like a Samis.
Fantesteinen (the "Tramp Rock") by Kvernagrova at Skiri in the Romsdalen Valley is situated close to the old road which is well preserved and now used...