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Kolbotn

Places for swimming in Oppegård municipality

Ingierstrand is the most popular beach in Oppegård, south of Oslo. Here you will find parking, toilettes, kiosk and a nice restaurant. There are severa...

Vossestrand

Guided nature walk with packhorse

Join us on a guided nature walk with packhorse and the hunt for the old Ruste Farm. We walk with the nature guide and his horse into the valley. Expe...
Duration
  • 4 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Forest

Tau

Mølleparken

The beautiful park by the Director`s residence, established in cooperation with the milling company at Tau, is now open to the public. Brugsløa is an o...

Bjelland

Adventure Norway

ADVENTURE NORWAY LTD. is a company offering great activities in a beautiful and quiet environment. Their base in Hessa, South Norway is tranquil, some...

Sistranda

Frøya Culture and Resource Centre

Frøya Culture and Resource Centre - an active and expansive communication arena for culture, industry and expertise. Here you will find: - The Great...

Sunndalsøra

Power Plant Exhibition center, Aura

Learn more of the water power stations and the particular history of Sunndal mountains. Guided tours, film, exhibition. Suitable for both individua...

Smøla

Gurisentret - Mid-Norway`s Cultural Centre

The Guri Center is a new culture center in central Norway. It has a large indoor exhibition - "Meeting with the wind" - exploring wind power, mytholog...

Tolga

Open mountain farm serving home made food

During the summer, there is always an open mountain farm in Vingelen, Tolga or Dalsbygda serving home made food. Bring your friends, children or gra...

Røros

Rørosmuseet Olavsmine

Join us for an hour’s walk through 300 years of mining history. The guided tour takes you through the Nyberget mine dating from the 17th century and the Olav’s Mine from the 20th century, descending 50 metres below ground and 500 m into the mountain before reaching the massive Miner’s Hall.
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