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Imagine a night of Active Aurora Quest, where the only thing given beforehand is the starting point. We don´t know where the quest will take us, or how long we have to endure. But we know that hard effort and persistance is often rewarded. Our reward will be the magical Aurora Borealis.
Wednesday concerts in
Frue church (Hetland kirke) stated the Spring 2013 and has since then been a weekly concert offer. The target for the concerts...
Experience the Northern Lights while riding the reindeer sled!
Reindeer sledding is the oldest form of transport in the north, and an ancient part of Sami culture.
Treskjerartunet is an important carrier of the tradition of woodcarving. Sculptural woodcarving holds a rich history and long traditions in our region, and we are proud of our many masterful carvers that have led the way to inspiration and skill at Treskjerartunet.
Wool has always been used in Norway and at Hillesvåg Wool Économusée, visitors are invited to watch the production from beginning to end. Some of the machinery is more than a hundred years old, in some cases older than the factory itself.
An old mill owned by Ryfylke Museum. Kvednahola is situated by the shop at Vasshus. An exiting stop for travellers....
The wharfside warehouse at Bergevik dates from the mid-19th
century. It is located about 1 km from the quay at Forsand.
Guided tours by appointment....
The area between Eidsfoss waterfalls and Gloppefjord is renowed for good salmon fishing. Many of the promising salmon holes have English names from the...
Kleivafossen has for decades surprised tourists with a refreshing shower when crossing the bridge on their way up to the Briksdalsbreen glacier. This...
This stave church at Kaupanger in Sogndal is the largest of the stave churches, and is still in use as the local parish church. The Kaupanger Stave Church was built in the so-called Borgund style on the remnants of two earlier churches, and dates back to about 1190.