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An exciting activity for large and small. The climb takes place on an approx. 10 m high wall and security is of course a top priority.
Canyoning has its origins in the alps, but the northern part of Gudbrandsdalen also features several canyons ideal for this exciting mix of scrambling/climbing, swimming, jumping into deep rock pools and walking in and along a small river flowing through a narrow gorge.
An introduction to climbing with focus on basic use of ropes, knots, equipment and techniques.
Rogaland with its many beaches is perhaps not the most obvious area to associate with rock climbing.
The county is, however, an eldorado for rock c...
Rock climbing in the area around Beitostølen, and altitude orbit, is made to suit the whole family.
Beitostølen Aktiv and Ski school will give you the high experiences.
Asdøljuvet is a canyon and is one of Lier`s most beautiful attractions. It is possible to do various spectacular excursions in the area....
Raw Røros is an outdoor activity company like no other.
Raw Røros is located in the UNESCO world heritage mountain-town of Røros.
Our wide range o...
Are you looking for an exciting hiking adventure, scurrying over mountainous rocks, and scaling deep cracks? Have months of revision left you aching for an energetic paintball war or longing to soak up some nature? Klyva offers wild adventures in nature’s very own playground, perfect for anyone in need of a bit of fresh air and outdoor living.
A small wall but with very high rock quality. It has decent, slightly overhanging rock faces. The wall is west facing and has sun from about 3pm.
6-12 meter high vertical wall. Climb on wooden lists of various sizes. The wall is fairly sheltered and is a good option when it’s windy.