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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...
Ryk & Reis provides entertainment suitable for the age range at Hafjell, i.e. 20 and above.
Spitsbergen Trekking is a five day nature experience, walking among rising peaks and mighty glaciers, with a camp site next to the Svea glacier in Ekmanfjorden, in the west of Spitsbergen.
The Mineral Park is the activity park for the whole family.
Spitsbergen Isfjorden Kayak expedition is a six day long journey on the island’s largest fjord. Isfjorden stretches 107 kilometres towards the centre of Spitsbergen, and in order to avoid most of the boat traffic the expedition is plotting its course along the north-western side of the fjord. With its many inlets and seven mighty glacier fronts this is an alluring universe. The silence is overpowering, only broken by your paddle strokes and nature’s own sounds. A curious seal maybe, the noise of hatching sea birds or the amazing sound of glaciers cracking and calving.
The many historic trails in Lærdal are splendid hiking trails and national tourist attractions in their own right. In beautiful surroundings around the...
The hike Øygard- Sehl over Vesleberget is an easy hike with one of the nicest views in Ål. The paths are mostly in open forest terrain, past old farms...
Popular family hike with view to Torpo.
The hike starts at Bakketun stadion at Torpo. Alternative you can start by the gravel road to Storedal.
A child friendly and short hike, with magnificent view towards Hallingskarvet and the mountains in Ål.
Follow the ridge from Halle up on Buhovda. Fro...
Nice hike in forest terrain with view over Ål centrum.
The path goes partially on an old road. Go towards Haugen and follow the walkway under the ra...