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Åndalsnes

Bouldering in Romsdal

Fantesteinen (the "Tramp Rock") by Kvernagrova at Skiri in the Romsdalen Valley is situated close to the old road which is well preserved and now used...

Nordfjordeid

Harpefossen Bicycling Park

Bike Park with downhill trail area at Harpefossen, open every Sunday from 21st of June-11th of October.

Sperrebotn

Rental of electric boat in Vansjø from Viken Hotell

Viken Hotel can arrenge guided trips by boat in Vansjø lake, with the two electronic mini wooden jacht at their disposal. In order to experience the be...

Geilo

Slaatta Skisenter - Geilo Ski Shool

Welcome to Slaatta Skisenter GEILO, The Winterparadice!

DAGALI

Airboarding in Dagali Fjellpark

Dagali Fjellpark is one of very few places in Norway that offers airboard, a controllable air mattress for use on snow. The airboard has grooves on the underside and you conntrol it with your body weight. Our ski lift is authorized for airboard, so yor take the lift to the top and run down the alpine slopes.

Geilo

Snow rafting, snowmobile and toboganning

Snow rafting, snowmobile and toboganning Fun activities at the farm Brusletto for the whole family. Meet at Stall Brusletto 2,5km east of Geilo sentre....

DAGALI

Dagali Fjellpark - Ski resort

Dagali Fjellpark is a ski resort with much to offer for the whole family. The resort har a T-bar lift and 5 long slopes to suit both trained skiers and beginners. They also offer a separate beginners/childrens' area with it's own lift.

Åseral

Ljosland Skisenter

Ljosland Skisenter has to two ski lifts – one that is 375 metres and another that is 700 metres.

Ål

Cyclist welcome Ål in Hallingdal

Ål is proud to be a Cyclist Welcome municipality. Accommodations that are members on the mountains are Bergsjøstølen, Rødungstøl Høyfjellshotell and...

Torpo

Andebarkji terraincycle club Ål in Hallingdal

Andebarkji is a cycleclub for Hallingdal and surrounding areas. The word Andebarkji comes from a halling expression which means to be breathless or ca...
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