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Moderate (family friendly around the lake, but back to Nythun there's a 3 km long, very steep ascend)
Alternative: Drive 3 km past Nythun and...
To get to this arena drive approx. 8 km in the direction of Høyanger. When you see a signpost marked Saurdal, turn right and follow a narrow forest roa...
Archery Tag is a mix of the best of archery, paintball and dodgeball. An action packed game where two teams shoot each other or against the other team's goal with bow and arrow. Arrowheads are replaced with foam pillows, so that it is neither dangerous or painful to play.
Flatanger is a new proving ground for hard sport climbing, and it has been drawing elite climbers from around the world. The area’s Hanshelleren cave...
Go with a highly qualified, local guide to find the best snow in the Sognefjord area all through winter, January to May!
Norgesguidene can take you on guided climbs in the area of Hurrungane. Starting from Turtagrø you can get to the legendary Store Skagastølstind as well as Store Austabotntind and Søre Dyrhaugstind among a other peaks that require the use of climbing techniques and equipment. They also offer a wide variety of other activities, from long glacier walks to family trips to the marble caves of the Dumma valley.
Fimbul Jostedal offers guided skiing trips, ice climbing in frozen waterfalls, avanlanch courses and courses in nordic skiing, both in Jostedalen and other places in the Luster area during winter and early spring.
Harpefossen is a good starting point for bicycle tours on a varied network of paths and trails. Great circular track of 8 km that passes four summer pa...
Norway's third largest glacier. In 2005 Folgefonna National Park was opened, which at the time was Norway's twenty fifth national park. Folgefonna is...