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Find providers and contact information Recreation & Sports in Sunnhordland

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Fjæra

Mountain climbing at Rullestad

Rullestad Aktiv Fritid arrange mountain climbing! Adjusted climbing routes, for both newbeginners and experienced climbers. Routes which vary in diffic...

Bremnes

North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km)

The coast of Sunnhordland is part of the international North Sea Cycle Route, the world’s longest cycling route. It is 6,000 km long and goes around t...

Sveio

Bike hire in Sveio

Bicycles for hire There are 3 mens' and 3 womens' touring bikes available for hire. The "Pro-shop" at Sveio Golf-park rents them out on behalf of the...

Dimmelsvik

Fjellhaugen Ski Centre

Fjellhaugen ski centre is a versatile ski facility which has 5 km of floodlit cross-country ski tracks prepared for both classic and skating styles....

Markhus

Bungee jump and Zip-line - Trolljuv Adrenalinpark

BUNGEE JUMPING FROM TROLLJUV BRIDGE Visit us for the most intense adrenalin rush of the summer; Trolljuv bridge is suspended between two dizzyingly hig...
From 290,- NOK p.p.

Rosendal

The Fjord and Mountain Route (77 km)

Round trip starting at Rosendal. Distance: 77 km The route: This is a varied trip that is easy to cycle and ideal for a weekend break. This is a varie...

Fitjar

Around Storavatnet Lake (16 km)

This is a lovely trip around Storavatnet, the biggest lake on Fitjar. The trip starts in the centre of Fitjar, where you will find ‘Cyclist Welcome’...

Fitjar

Svartavatnet lake (12,3 km)

A varied route with a steep ascent. On this trip, it’s up to you whether you walk or cycle up the mountain. Length: • From Fitjar centre: 6.1 km •...

Fitjar

Around Vestbøstad (5 km)

An easy, short cycling trip with walking/cycling paths on parts of the route. Length: Approx. 5 km Time: Approx. 20 min. Max. altitude: 66 metre...

Etne

Folgefonna National Park

Norway's third largest glacier. In 2005 Folgefonna National Park was opened, which at the time was Norway's twenty fifth national park. Folgefonna is...
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