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Nissedal Klatresenter

If you really want some excitement, you should sign up with Nissedal Klatresenter (Climbing Centre) to go climbing and abseiling. This first-time offer...


Storefjell Ski- and Tobbogan Centre

Storefjell Ski- and Toboggan Centre is situated right by the hotel. The ski centre has three lifts and eight pistes of varying length and difficulty....


Start day for all 4 or 5 day ski- and snowboard group classes

We highly recommend you to pre book, to be guaranteed a slot in ski school. 4 days Monday-Thursday 895,- // 5 days Monday – Friday...


Alna Ridesenter: Horseback riding

Horseback riding all year round, including classes, rides in the forest and children's riding. Horseback riding camp in summer. Open Saturdays and Su...



"Havpadlern offers kayak rentals, guided kayak tours and paddling courses.


Biking in Nesbyen

Nesbyen is a great place for bicycling along quiet gravel roads and roads with little traffic. Some of the rides are somewhat challenging due to steep...


Geilo Hestesenter

Geilo Hestesenter offers activities all year around. Try a cozy horse- drawn sleigh ride or a spectacular trip to the mountains.


Bicycle routes in Sandefjord

Sandefjord is an ideal cycling town with a flat and bicycle-friendly landscape where you can enjoy pleasant excursions with the whole family.


Bike trips Torpo/Opheim Ål in Hallingdal

You can start the trip in the centre of Torpo, but it's quite steep until you reach the toll road. To avoid the climb, you can start at the toll bar...


Bathing in Nesbyen

Find a swimming spot along Rukkedøla River or enjoy the peace and quiet by a mountain lake. If you prefer swimming in the more well-known swimming spot...
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