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Klatreverket is Norway's largest climbing centre, with about 1700 m² of climbing and 700 m² of bouldering. The highest walls are 14 metres high, and t...
We head out from Svolvær, passing Rekneset on our way to the Trollfjord. Maybe we’ll hoist the sails and turn the engine off? Enjoy the ship and the beautiful scenery, while our crew provide excellent service and an unique experience.
The beaches of Jæren are excellent for those who practice the sport of kite surfing. The Sola beach is popular among kiters....
Join a guided mountain bike ride from the cable car in Tromsø! The trip is suitable for anyone who wants a fun and challenging activity in Tromso.
family rafting is a super fun experience for the entire family. The trip starts by meeting the guides and learning the skills required for the trip on...
The growing popularity of the game of disc golf begins with the essentail fact that throwing a flying disc with power and accuracy is a marvelous sensation.
Want to try another way of experiencing the forest? Want to learn how to use a map and a compass whilst being out in nature and in activity? Then orie...
The Birkebeiner trail is a natural starting point for skiing to Skramstadsætra, known as the first intermediate time and a meal in Birkebeinerrennet....
Sanden recreation reserve is situated between Florø and Førde at the outcome for the Nausta river in Naustdal centre and is one of Sunnfjord's most po...
Oppdal has many large mountain lakes suitable for canoeing. Paddle Ångardsvatnet or Dalsvatnet and grab a bite to eat at a nice barbeque camp, or scenic Gjevilvatnet with the golden sandy beach Rauøra just waiting for you to enjoy your packed lunch.
We offer canoes of very high quality.