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Tisleidalen

Fishing with guide

Get the most out of your fishing trip in Valdres - book a guided fishing adventure. In Valdres, we have several REFFIS-certified guides who will take y...

Fagernes

Along the old Valdres railway (34 km return)

Cycling along the old Valdres railway, on asphalt roads from Fagernes Camping to Bjørgo. Suitable for families with children. Level Easy. Descriptio...
2 Pers/three nights NOK 3595,- incl bicycle rent and fully equipped apartm.

Fagernes

Round Trip in Øystre Slidre (approx. 80 km)

LEVEL: Difficult ROUTE: Fagernes - Skrautvål - Dalen - Helleset - Fullsennlie - Skartrud - Vangsjøen - Rogne - Skrautvål - Fagernes This tour is suit...

Grimstad

Agder Musikk

Music store by the harbour in Grimstad

Fagernes

The Tansberg Route from Nythun (33 km)

LEVEL: Easy/Moderate DESCRIPTION: Route: Nythun - Tansberg - Juviken - Siglovann - Nythun This route start from Nythun Mountain Lodge at Kruk and pa...

Tisleidalen

Around the Pardisfjord (18 km)

TYPE: Moderate. Not recommended for children unless you avoid the main road. DESCRIPTION: This tour is suitable for those who enjoy variation. If you...

Tisleidalen

Tisleifjorden Circuit (37 km)

TYPE: Easy/Moderate DESCRIPTION: Follow the main road from Oset Høyfjellshotell along lake Tisleifjorden. Pass Golsfjellet Hotell and make a right aft...

Fagernes

Fløafjorden (18 km)

TYPE: Easy, Recommended for families DESCRIPTION: Follow the pedestrian and bicycle road along the Strandefjorden (fjord) to Leira. Turn right on ro...

Tisleidalen

Fløtenhovda round trip (40 km)

LEVEL: Moderate ROUTE: Fløten-Gauklia-Brattåsen-Tyrisholt-Langestølen-Furuset-Fløten This route will take you past traditional summer mountain farm a...

Tromsø

One night with Active Aurora Dog Sledding - Active Tromsø

A full night of Active Dog Sledding, starting out from our base camp into a fairytale arctic wilderness. You will be mushing your own dog sled, pulled by a happy and friendly team of trained Alaskan Huskies.
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