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If you have a desire to hike to Gaustatoppen, the best place to start is Stavsro. The path is 4km one way, and suitable for both children and adults.
The tour gives you an insight into how this mining society was created. There are many listed buildings here, where we'll also visit old backyards wit...
The Cobalt Mines on the ridge of Skuterudåsen stretch three kilometres from north to south. Visitors can walk along the side of enormous open-cast mine...
The highest point on Dimnøya, with a view of the town Ulsteinvik, Hasund/Garshol, Botnavika, the island area between Hareidlandet and Gurskøya. Acce...
A trip to the family friendly Uglesætra at Dimnøya can be started from several locations. Large parking area at the Hasundgot sports ground at Gjerdsba...
One of Tromsø Villmarkssenter’s main ambitions is is participating in the "Finnmarksløpet", Europe’s longest dogsled race (1000 km). Training of both dogs and people throughout the year is essential and summer is the time for new puppies to try their hand at teamwork.
Do you want to hike and get a good view? Lifjell is one of the best view point at Nordjæren. From the top you will get a good view of Stavanger and the...
We highly recommend you to pre book, to be guaranteed a slot in ski school.
4 days Monday-Thursday 895,- // 5 days Monday – Friday...
Experienced or not, try snowshoeing on your own. It’s easy to learn. The costal landscape on the north of the island of Kvaløya is easily accessible and offers some great views.
Our two greatest loves are huskies and the outdoor life, so experiencing nature with a faithful four-legged friend is the best combination of both.