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Fine little stroll from the Høsebrua bridge to Garaneset industrial zone, then back to the town of Sand. You walk on a gravelled pathway and sidewalk...
Rafting is great fun and suitable for almost everyone, whether you’re eight or eighty. It’s all about choosing the right trip! With 21 years’ experience, we deliverer to our visitors the best rafting adventures.
Looking for the absolute best rafting adventure? Then take a trip to the River Sjoa! The River Sjoa is one of the best and most diverse rafting rivers in the world.
Drammen Guide Association has 12 experienced guides who speak English and German.
We undertake of all types of guiding all year-round, and can also he...
The coastal footpath in Hurum provides the opportunity to walk along the fjord and experience both local culture and the natural environment, on the...
The coastal path in Røyken, from Slemmestad to Sætre is 30 km. Most of the route is on tarmac but some stretches are less accessible. Good footwear is...
A fantastic great outdoors experience with a pack trip by horse through beautiful mountainous landscape.
Taking the road from the hamlet of Åkra, the...
Kirketaket in Isfjorden is one of the most popular hikes you can do in Romsdalen.
For a description of the hike, please contact us.
Follow the marked nature trail through Vassfaret’s protected landscape area (820-1020 masl), where you can discover traces of forestry and mountain far...
Summit trip for the entire family. The trip starts at Storefjell Resort. Follow trails to Veslefjell (1126 masl), or head straight for Storefjelltoppe...