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Ice climbing on frozen rivers and waterfalls. Small groups with certified, local guides.
January - February
5 DAYS OF POWDER SNOW AND SALTY SEA
Sign up for a 5 day ski and sailing adventure in Hjørunfjorden with Breogfjell. Hjørunfjorden offers everything...
Rock climbing for the whole family at the crags at Kvam (by Sogndal) or Stegagjerde (by Gaupne).
Cycle to the other side of the narrow and idyllic Esefjord (9km). Visit the enamel workshop, the arboretum , the nature trail at Klibberg,...
Hodlekve has a 1200 meter long ski lift, who takes you up about 290 meters and have 4 possible downhills. 3,5 km of prepered hills is waiting for you!
Cross Country ski center in Sognafjell, along road 55 between Lom and Luster.Sognefjellet Sommarskisenter AS is organizing cross country ski training a...
The ski lift at Heggmyrane, Hafslo, is one of the longest in the country and will lead to lots of tracks. Ski lifts 1845 meters / 51meters. Ski lift for children 250 meters / 50 meters. Lighting of the tracks 1400 meters. Super G 2600 meters. Fine conditions for snowboarding. Possibilities for rental of equipment.
Welcome to Leirdalen Bre og Juv!
We are offering glacier walking, canyoning, fishing and mountain walks in the Sognefjord region, close to the Jotunheimen national park, and the Jostedal gacier national park.
With activities as glacier walks at the Jostedal glacier, canyoning in the river Leirdøla, fishing in the glacier lake in Tusbergdalen, and mountain walks in and around the Jostedal glacier national park, Leirdalen Bre og Juv can offer activities for the whole family.
From our base in Leirdal next to Jostedal, in the end of Sognefjord, we take small groups on tour in the remote glacier area in and around the Jostedal glacier national park.
Siplo ski resort located in Hoyanger in Sogn og Fjordane. The center hosts resided by volunteers, and annually hosts approximately 3,000 volunteer hour...
Every winter people are taken by avalanches, sometimes the outcome is good, other times not. The most important lesson we try to teach at our courses...