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Sandefjord is an ideal cycling town with a flat and bicycle-friendly landscape where you can enjoy pleasant excursions with the whole family. The national coastal route no. 1 along the coast and the regional route no. 24 to Larvik also both pass through Sandefjord and offer beautiful natural scenery.
In Ål you find two ski-rentals and ski schools. They can help you with lessons in alpine skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing. You are in goo...
Liatoppen Ski center
Here you find a trail giving you altogether 9 km, whereas 5 km is in a loop. The profile of the trail fits well for both active...
Gallery Winther shows thematic expositions with photos at screen as basis in the Stone Barracks at Fredriksvern.
Øyunn Winther owns the gallery. She...
Grevestien (in english "The Counts Footpath") is an idyllic walk along some of Tøsnbergs most important cultural sites. The trail begins at Honnørbrygg...
The Coastal Cycle Route no. 1 and the Island Route no. 22 offer 150 km of the best cycle paths in the country as well as two cute cycle ferries over t...
Rafting on huge hoses.
For the toughest ones. Sliding on large rafting hoses in specially prepared tracks. The tempo will be adjusted to the persons o...
Stretching 179 km from the North Sea, the Hardangerfjord is familiarly known as the ‘orchard of Fjord Norway’ as its waters are lined with an abundance of fruit trees and farms. Majestic mountains and roaring waterfalls complete this natural paradise.
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On this independant trip spend a couple of nights in the beautiful city of Bergen where you’ll have plenty of walking opportunities once you head up into the surrounding hills. After Bergen, journey deeper into the countryside to enjoy a wealth of walking in and around the Naeroyfjord area.
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Pub with karaoke and concerts