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Seljord

Fishing in seljord

Lake Seljordsvatnet has a sizeable population of large brown trout, and a concerted effort is being made to develop it. There are many places to go fishing in Seljord. Contact the local tourist information, Møtestad Seljord for more information. Ph +47 35 05 04 00

Drevsjø

GUIDED CANOEING TRIPS

Our team of specialized canoeing guides and instructors certified by the ACA (American Canoe Association) as well as Canadian and British associations...

Drevsjø

CANOE COURSES ON LAKES AND RIVERS UP TO CLASS III

We offer canoe courses from ½ day to a week on lakes or on rivers until class III. Our team of specialized canoeing guides and instructors certified by...

Drevsjø

TEAM BUILDING: CANOEING, WILDERNESS CAMPING

For your company we offer mini canoeing expeditions for groups from 5 to 16 persons . Depending on the theme you want to work on we can adapt the trip...

Drevsjø

GUIDED CANOE EXPEDITIONS

For those of you who have been canoeing before and would like to go a bit further our team of specialized canoeing guides and instructors certified by...

Kvikne

Turskredder`n

Experience Røros by nature with Turskredder'n. Join us for a kayak experience on mountain lakes and rivers among beavers and wading birds. Enjoy gu...

Hornnes

Mineralparken

The Mineral Park is the activity park for the whole family.

Longyearbyen

Spitsbergen Isfjorden Kayak Expedition-Spitsbergen Travel

Spitsbergen Isfjorden Kayak expedition is a six day long journey on the island’s largest fjord. Isfjorden stretches 107 kilometres towards the centre of Spitsbergen, and in order to avoid most of the boat traffic the expedition is plotting its course along the north-western side of the fjord. With its many inlets and seven mighty glacier fronts this is an alluring universe. The silence is overpowering, only broken by your paddle strokes and nature’s own sounds. A curious seal maybe, the noise of hatching sea birds or the amazing sound of glaciers cracking and calving.
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