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There are many good places for oudoor climbing in Ål and also several boulders. Ål Klatreklubb (Ål Climbing Association) has an indoor climbing wall...
GoRafting.no offers rafting and other activities in, on and around the River Sjoa. Our base for rafting is right next to the Sjoa, which is regarded as one of the world’s best rafting rivers.
In the summer of 1997, glacier guides from started to climb the giant boulders at the Melkevoll Bretun centre in the Oldedalen valley. They have now ma...
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.
Synshorn Via Ferrata
The Synshorn Mountain is situated between the lakes Bygdin and Vinstre. Experienced guides take you safely up the steep rock face...
Klatreverket is Norway's largest climbing centre, with about 1700 m² of climbing and 700 m² of bouldering. The highest walls are 14 metres high, and t...
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.
Norway’s toughest climbing wall is at Sørmarka Arena. Beginners and experts will be stretched at our ‘monsterwall’ which is 17m high and has about...
The climbing area at Glesnes is situated on the southern tip of Sotra. The wall is very steep, with 20 to 30 degree overhangs. The quality of the rock is lower than other walls on Sotra, but in return the wall offers exciting hòlklatring.
Asdøljuvet is a canyon and is one of Lier`s most beautiful attractions. It is possible to do various spectacular excursions in the area....