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Read more: Hegni recreation area in Hovden Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer

Hovden i Setesdal

Hegni recreation area in Hovden

The Hegni recreation area is located by the lake Hartevatn, approx. 1 km from the centre of Hovden. Here you find hiking paths, playground equipment,...
Read more: Opptur Villmarksopplevelser

Svarstad

Opptur Villmarksopplevelser

Do you want to share a superb outdoor experience with your co-workers, your customers or your friends? Get an exciting experience in the wild, but...
Read more: Fishing site Rundatjønn, Bortelid Photo: Odd Helge Liestøl

Åseral

Fishing site Rundatjønn, Bortelid

At Rundatjønn in Bortelid there is a marked fishing site with car park, table and benches. The site is suitable for wheelchair users. Åseral...
Read more: King crab safari with lavvocamp

Honningsvåg

King crab safari with lavvocamp

Join us on an unforgettable king crab safari in the area around the North Cape. Here you get a meeting with the notorious king crab, and you get the...
Read more: Gurebo Gård - Visitor Farm

Grimstad

Gurebo Gård - Visitor Farm

Enjoy an exciting farm visit. Open for farm adventures between 12:00 and 16:00 on Wednesdays in the summer season. Otherwise by appointment. Horse &...
Read more: Fly fishing course Photo: Hemsedal Turistkontor/Yngvar Ask

Hemsedal

Fly fishing course

Hemsedal has a very active fly fishing club, and some of Norway´s best fly fishers are from Hemsedal. One of them, Tor Grøthe, offers fly fishing...

Gjesvær

King Crab safari

The tour starts from our plant in Kobbenesveien 8 in Gjesvær. Crag cages placed days in advance will be pulled up from about 110 metres depth. It...
Read more: Boats for rent

Gjøvik

Boats for rent

There are several opportunities for renting a boat in this region. Both by the lakes of Randsfjorden, Sillongen and Trevatn there are boats for rent:...
Read more: Lenaelva

Østre Toten

Lenaelva

The Lenaelva river flows from Totenåsen into lake Mjøsa in Østre Toten. Trout and grayling are the most numerous species and from Landheim, Lenaelva...
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