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Trondheimkajakk is welcoming you to take an amazing trip by kayak down the Nidelven river in Tro...
Bø i Telemark
We are on the second floor of the Bøsenteret and have become a well-known meeting place through the years among many people in the town and area, whet...
Family route from Skeikampen to Austlid. Follow the gravel road over to Austlid with beautiful surroundings. The small lake Veslevatn is a nice place for a bath.
Hovden i Setesdal
The Hovden Alpine Centre is well adapted to every age and skill level - from the youngest children to extreme skiers and snowboarders. Choose between...
Moderate, family friendly walk to the summit of Rundemellen, a well-known landmark that can be seen from many areas of Valdres and offers a spectacular...
Take a trip through one of the most rugged, harsh and spectacular coastal landscapes in Norway. At times Golta lies dormant, with nothing more threatening than a light breeze, but at times it unleashes a furious inferno of wind, raging seas and 15 meter high waves.
The Culture Boat MS Glesnes takes you on a fascinating tour through the ocean south-west of Sotra. The beautiful archipelago, fresh sea air, delicious seafood and even a competition to catch the biggest fish. We can tailor our tours to meet your needs, with fantastic local food and culture you’ll have an unforgettable maritime adventure.
The Gestapo’s revenge. On 30 April 1942, the tiny coastal community of Telavåg was deleted from the map when the Germans discovered the role the village people played in the illicit trafficking of men across the North Sea. This, coupled with the killing of a Norwegian agent and two German officers, triggered the Telavåg tragedy, one of Europe’s worst war catastrophes.
You’ll find us on RV36 between Ulefos and Gvarv, just 15 minutes from Bø. You can enjoy a meal in this light and comfortable restaurant while soaking in the view of Norsjø and Sauherad’s fruit fields.
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.