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Tromsø

Winter Activity Camp - Tromsø Outdoor

Snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice skating* and speeding down the hill on toboggan - you can try all those types of winter sports at one tour within 5 minutes drive from the city centre.
Effort level
  • Easy

Skammestein

Myhre Gård - Riding School

Myhre Gård is a traditional farm, located approx 25 min from Fagernes and 5 min from Beitostølen Myhre Gård offers horseback riding in a fantastic sc...

Kristiansund N

Fishing village of Grip

Situated 14 km out to sea, the island of Grip is part of Kristiansund municipality. It is a small fishing community made up of more than 80 islands of...

Tingvoll

Tingvoll Museum

Tingvoll Museum is a 19th century farm with a magnificent view to three mountain ranges. The museum consists of nine well-equipped buildings, including...

Røros

RørosHusky- Dogsledding

We arrange sleddog-trips at wintertime, where you can mush "your own" dog-team; 5 - 6 dogs. Longer trips (expeditions) will take place up in the mount...

Beito

Dog sledding on wheels, summer - Beito Husky Tours

Friluftsaktiviteter for hele familien - hele året. Hundekjøring på hjul er en fartsfyllt aktivitet! Outdoor activities for the whole family - all year round. Dog sleeding on wheels can be a speedy experience.

Skammestein

Visit the Husky Farm - Beito Husky Tours

Visit the dog park and get to know the husky dogs at Beitostølen!

Eidfjord

Sima Power Plant

One of the largest hydroelectric power stations in Europe. The main hall is located 700 metres inside the mountain. It is 200 m long, 20 m wide and mea...

Otta

Monday 22 Jun 2015 to Friday 21 Aug 2015

Family rafting in the Otta river

A rafting adventure for the whole family. Lots of fun and action.

Otta

Monday 01 Jun 2015 to Saturday 31 Oct 2015

Riverboarding the river Sjoa

On a riverboard you feel the incredible sensation of being at one with the river. Experience big waves and narrow gorges in a completely different way from rafting.
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