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Jostedalsbreen glacier is the largest glacier on Europe's mainland. We invite you to join a 3-day skiing tour from north to south. Jostedalsbreen is a...
The walk from Nordseter, via Nevelfjell, to Slåseterfjell is a wonderful 3-hour trip in the Lillehammer region. Gentle terrain - ideal for families with children.
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...
Do you lack experience in alpine ski touring, avalanche and snow stability evaluation? We will provide you with basic knowledge and skills that makes y...
This is a course for skiers seeking a thourough introduction to methods for assessing avalanche risk and performing avalanche rescues. If you are ski t...
The trip is around 80 km long and approximately 4500 meters altitude difference totally. The trip is demanding and requires fairly nice weather with...
Vedefjell is a hiking trail where you see the top of the horizon and the coast all the way from Lindesnes to Farsund. The hike takes approximately one hour and begins at Belland.
The Childrens Hiking paths go from Kvinesdal in the west, to Grimstad in the east. In our area, the trail is well marked from Kvinesdal to Snartemo in Hægebostad, up the hills to the Mydland and on to Konsmo.
Kongeveien (Kings Road), formerly called the Post Road stretches from Lindlia by Lehnesfjorden to Bergsager. it was established in 1790 and lasted until 1832. A few years ago, this road was cleared and today is well marked and is a nice trail with a manageable climb.