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Åmot

Cross-country skiing in Åmot

The Birkebeiner trail is a natural starting point for skiing to Skramstadsætra, known as the first intermediate time and a meal in Birkebeinerrennet....

Skilbrei

Langeland Ski and Leisure Center

Langeland Ski og Fritidssenter (ski & leisure centre) is located alongside Regional road E-39, 10 kms from Førde in the direction of Sande. Here is a...

Vassenden

Jølster Skiresort

Jølster Skiresort is located in Jølster, in the middle of Sogn & Fjordane, about 3 hours north of Bergen, by E39. Closest airport is located 35 minute...

Froland

Ski trails at Øynaheia

Øynaheia is the most popular place for cross-country skiiing in the Arendal region, about 300 metres above sea level, and about 30 kms from the coast.

Hemsedal

Snow mobiling

Snow mobile driving on a 3 km trail in Lykkja. 32 modern scooters. Driving instructions and safety equipment are incl. in the price. A guide is with yo...

Hemsedal

Paragliding

Try something out of the ordinary with an experienced tandem pilot! Oslo Paragliding club is active all year round in Hemsedal. Tandem flying at Hemse...

Hemsedal

Skiing

Hemsedal Skisenter is a part of SkiStar and one of Scandinavia’s largest ski resorts. There are endless possibilities for everyone: easy green and blue...

Moss

Skihytta

At a height of 101 metres above Moss you will find Skihytta skiing lodge, steeped in history and tradition and sourrounded by beautifl forrest. 5 minutes from the Eg highway. The Skihytta has served walkers and skiers since 1936.

Sykkylven

Sunnmørsalpane Skiarena Fjellseter

In Sykkylven, a modern alpine skiing resort lies in picturesque surroundings. The resort has got 14 alpine lines, 35 km of prepared cross-country slope...

Longyearbyen

Wildlife Safari - 2 days snowmobile - Svalbard Wildlife Expeditions

Visit large glaciers, and spend the night in our small "trappers cabin" on the East side of Svalbard. Maybe we spot some animal life?
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