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SOMMARØY

Six days Sailyak and Hiking Trip on Trom’s Wild West Coast - 69Nord

From the wonderful and tiny Island of Sommarøy, « outside » Kvaløya, Olivier Pitras and the team of « 69Nord Sommarøy Outdoor Center» invite you to explore the wild coast, an area at the edge of magnificent fjords and sea from Senja to Ringvassøya.
NOK 1394/pax

TROMSØ

Flightseeing over arctic mountains and fjords - Fly Taxi Nord

Experience the North Norwegian Arctic mountains and fjords from a twin-engine Piper PA31 Navajo.
NOK 900 per person. Minimum 5 pax

Birtavarre

Lyngenfjord Bungee

153 meters above Northern Europe's deepest canyon spans a spectacular truss bridge. Welcome to Lyngenfjord Bungee! With the Bungy cord securely faste...
Price from 890,- NOK p.p.

Harstad

The Troll`s Church - Caving tour

A year-round experience of the rare ..! The experience under the earth is to take tangible and will sit in the soul for a long long time..!
Landscape
  • Caves and Canyons
Season:
All year

SØRREISA

Guided kayak tour - Arctic guide & visit - the real experience

Beautiful, idyllic Senja is Norway's second largest island (1569 km2) and is located at 69 degrees north. Here you can enjoy the sea, mountains, beaches and fishing villages from the kayak!
7000 NOK per adult

Harstad

Aktiv Events - A differens experience

Active Events is a total supplier of experiences.

Lyngseidet

Glacier Tour in Lyngen Alps - Tour in Lyngenalps

No visit to the Lyngen area would be complete without experiencing at least one of the many glaciers up close and personal. It is here you can comprehend the true scale and wonder of nature’s ability to create and destroy whole landscapes.
Effort level
  • Medium

Lyngseidet

Glacier tour in the Lyngen Alps with Tour in Lyngenalps

No visit to the Lyngen area would be complete without experiencing at least one of the many glaciers up close and personal. Here you can see how the glacier has formed the valley and you can see how the forces of nature affect the landscape. Along the route there are information signs that give you information about the flora and fauna found in the area. You can also see how the glacier has retreated in the past years, when walking up the valley.
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