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Tisleidalen

Fishing with guide

Get the most out of your fishing trip in Valdres - book a guided fishing adventure. In Valdres, we have several REFFIS-certified guides who will take y...

Dyrvik

Gurvikdal havfiskesenter

Freya, the island in the ocean towards the Atlantic west of Trondheim, is a beauty spot with fishing opportunities of the ordinary. Here is Gurvikda...

Bygland

Angling in Bygland

Sale of fishing cards in Bygland. There are 18 fishing card arrangements covering more than 20 localities for angling and fishing in the municipality....

Byglandsfjord

Neset Camping

With its 1600-metre shoreline consisting of sandy beaches and smooth rocks, Neset Camping is excellent for those who enjoy the wet element. Every summe...

Geilo

Wildernesscamp

Our wilderness camp is ideal arena for activities and teambuilding or for the whole family to relax. Stay overnight in our tents, have a barbeque and e...

Kristiansand S

Fishing in Region Kristiansand

Kristiansand region can offer deep-sea-fishing, salmon and trout fishing in the rivers Otra, Tovdal and Søgne and fishing in idyllic lakes in the nearby forest.

Eidfjord

DYRANUT - BJOREIDALEN - TRONDSBU - TINNHØLVEGEN - DYRANUT (COMBINED HIKE AND MINIBUS)

This is a great hike suitable for families in easy terrain. Especially for those who are interested in bird-watching, or fishing. When you walk throug...
Effort level
  • Medium
Duration
  • 4 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain
Season:
July - September

Braskereidfoss

Svenkerud Gård

Hunting and fishing We offer moosehunt and different small game hunt such as roe deer, beaver, capercaillie and black grouse. We offer accomodation for...

Ørsta

The Sunnmøre Alps

The bedrock at Sunnmøre was formed at the beginning of time. Since then, through millions of years, the shifting glaciers have dug out fjords and valleys and left behind a magnificent area of peaks and summits. It is the interaction between the Hjørundfjord glacier and the many flank glaciers that has formed the Sunnmøre Alps.
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