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Sandefjord

Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga Sandefjord is a hyper-modern, delicious and delicate hot-yoga studio, a fitness hall which is specially adapted 40 degree heat and high humidity.

Oslo

Patio Restaurant

Pizzeria with Bislett's largest patio and a great selection of both classic and special pizzas, as well as ciabatta, bruschetta, lasagnea and tapas....

Oslo

Nygård Steakhouse

Steakhouse on the corner of Jernbanetorget, decorated in the classic steakhouse style. Nygård's in-house gastronomer selects the best steaks from the...

Hafslo

Sandgota round-trip

Roundtrip at Hafslo. Start in the center, and follow the mainroad northeast for about 0.5 km. Take to the left and continue along the road for about 1...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 1 hour

Stord

Active holiday in Sunnhordland

Suggested activities and accommodation in coastal and fjord landscape If you're interested in an active holiday, Sunnhordland is an exiting and differ...
Accommodation from NOK 545,- p.p. in double room incl. breakfast.

Bergen

Rallarvegen

One of the most scenic cycle rides from 'the roof of Norway' right down to the sea! The name Rallarvegen dates from the time the navvies used it as a road during the construction of the Bergen Railway. Today, it is best known as a cycle route of rare beauty offering countless natural experiences.

Stavanger

Folkehallene - Sørmarka Arena

Sørmarka Arena is a multiuse hall with facilities for skating, curling and climbing. The ‘Penguin rink’ (Pingvinbanen) and the Pitch (Isbingen) are ska...

Stavanger

Sørmarka Arena Skating

Skating is a great activity for big and small. Sørmarka Arena has 3 skating rinks: a 400m track, the hockey rink (30x60) and our penguin rink (8x60)....

Lillehammer

VF Skiing technique – Cross country course

Would you like to be the king of the cross country slopes? Go longer trips and not have to dread the next uphill?

Stavanger

Sørmarka Arena climbing wall

Norway’s toughest climbing wall is at Sørmarka Arena. Beginners and experts will be stretched at our ‘monsterwall’ which is 17m high and has about...
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