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Guided city walk in Skudeneshavn

Located at the outermost southerly tip of Karmøy with the light towers stretching out towards Skudefjorden and the North Sea, is the charming and beaut...


The Breidsjøen Round (13 km)

Gentle round-trip through forest terrain, from Dalseter and around lake Breidsjøen. Excellent option on windy days when you prefer the shelter of the forest.


The Sprenpiggen Round (16 km)

A reasonably challenging trip, leading through a birch forest, up into the mountain, and around the Sprenpiggen peak. Can be highly recommended in good weather, and offers spectacular views of Espedalen and towards Jotunheimen.


Hattdalseter (12 km)

Gentle route in forest terrain from Dalseter to Hattdalseter, leading along the Peer Gynt Route (opt. 1) or via Store Steinen (opt. 2) and through the forest back to the starting point.


Troll skiing loipe from Rondane to Lillehammer

The Troll Trail is a continuous marked ski trail, which passes through miles of untouchted nature from Høvringen and the Rondane National Park in the north, via Ringebufjellet, to Lillehammer - the Olympic City - in the south.


The Panorama Trail (10 km)

Skeikampen's most beautiful fair-weather trail! Spectacular mountain scenery, with Rondane, Jotunheimen and Langsua National Park as backdrop. Take the lift to the top and explore the high mountain, and return home with your children still happy and smiling.


Round trip – train ride and rafting

A beautiful and exciting round trip from Bergen that includes travelling on the Bergen Railway from Bergen to Voss and whitewater rafting in the magnificent scenery of Western Norway!


Fjord cruise – Arctic Explorer (Feb - Mar)

Fjord cruise from the city centre, either around Tromsø Island or to the ice edge of the Ramfjord.


Whale Watching Cruise – Arctic Explorer (Nov-Feb)

From November to February some of the world’s biggest mammals visit the coast outside Tromsø to feed on herrings. The most common whale species we see are the humpback whale, killer whale and sometimes even the fin whale.
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