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Activities for groups such as: sailing and racing, rock climbing and rappelling, Searafting, indoor and outdoor tasks.
Powerful and unforgettable: Join us for a whale cruise on Kvaløya.
The ski slopes are just two hours away from Stavanger!
During the winter, we invite you to join the Ski Tour to Sauda Ski Centre, at Svandalen in Ry...
Strømhaug Camping offers a great variety of activities like fishing, hiking, boat trips and so on. Contact us for further information....
Please note that due to ice conditions in Billefjorden the ships will not reach Pyramiden before end of May.
As an alternative we follow the ice edge hunting for walrus, seals and the king of arctic.
The Russian mining settlement Pyramiden was abandoned in 1998, leaving the buildings and infrastructure intact. We pass close by the bird cliffs at Diabas before we reach Tempelfjorden and the cathedral-like mountain, Tempelfjellet. We head towards the Nordenskiöldbreen and whilst you enjoy the view, a warm barbequed lunch is served. We investigate the once so well groomed settlement. We follow the north side of the fjord and can reflect over the tragic winter in Svenskhuset at Kapp Thordsen.
With the midnight sun on our bow we glide into the bay, right up to the magnificent Bore Glacier.
Early in the season the sea ice may still lie thick on the fjord, preventing og us from reaching the glacier itself. However, in exchange for this we may be lucky as to see seals sunbathing on the ice under the spring sun which refuses to set.
By the ice we will serve supper from the barbecue.
For those wanting to have active days during summer holidays, paddling is a great alternative and Ål is a good starting point. Paddling give...
Hommen farm- "Horse in Wilderness" is located in scenic surroundings in Søndeled between Kragerø and Risør, close to both freshwater and sea. We arrange riding tours on Icelandic for groups of minimum 4 per. from 2 hours up to 3 days.
On shore, near Telegrafstasjonen from the 1870s lies the world's first Hot-Tub fishing boat.