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We guide you through the whole process and safely secure you during the climb. The climbing is done with top rope, secured from the ground and supervised by the guide. This is a cold, but fun activity! We make sure you stay warm with thick snowmobile suit, gloves and boots. You are at the most 4 participants at a time and will have time for rest and a hot drink or two.
You must wear sturdy mountain boots that can have crampons mounted. Although we provide snowmobile suit etc, be dressed for being outdoors the whole afternoon, in potential wind and cold.
In Dovrefjell National Parc facing majestic Snøhetta Mountain you find spectacular Viewpoint Snøhetta voted "World Building of the Year" in 2011.
2-days summer adventure to Isfjord Radio. Experience magnificent Arctic scenery close up and join us on our summer adventure to beautiful Isfjord Radio at Cape Linnè.
This is a small part of an old cattle road that went from Aurland in Sogn and crossed Hallingdal just below Sundre. The road then turned towards Ne...
Folgefonna lengthwise is a demanding, but spectacular spring skiing trip. Here, you’ll experience the contrasts between spring and winter, steep...
Kadlaneset is a recreational area and swimming area with a parking located on the north east side of Mosterøy, facing Mastrafjorden. The walking path...
This is one of HM Queen Sonja’s favorite hikes in Hardanger. The trail offers stunning fjord views and takes 8 hours. “Heng – a glimpse of the panora...
Ål has plenty good paths and hiking possibilities. Ål 52 will try at all times to offer 52 hikes, one for each week of the year. You can find short tr...
The Peer Gynt Trail leads through the mountain scenery on the western side of Gudbrandsdalen in the World of Peer Gynt.
Join the local guides to explore the blue ice world of the Tunsbergdal glacier, who is placed in the end of the Sognefjord. This is the longest glacier arm in Norway.
In small groups we travel trough remote areas of the Jostedal Glacier National Park, were we rarely meet other groups