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Starting in Kristiansund, you must jump on the bus. The bus has its own bike racks and after only 10 minutes through the Atlantic tunnel you reach the...
Skienshallen appears today as a brand new sports hall.
There is a new sports floor, a new sound and light system, a new flexible seating arrangement a...
The 8-seater chair lift, Hollvin Express brings you (and your bike/paraglider) up to 1100 meters above sea level. Breathtaking views and an ideal star...
Os i Østerdalen
Dog sledding near Røros (Roros)
You will drive your own team of 5-6 friendly, hard working Alaskan Huskies. The guide drives the first team, and the...
The area has many options for people interested in more demanding mountainhikes. We recommend participation of the hikes arranged by Molde and Romsdal...
Tobogganing is not an Olympic sport, but has become one of Lillehammer’s most popular activities. Attach your toboggan directly to the lift, and enjoy being pulled to the top before you zoom down the groomed 1km track. The toboggans are equipped with brakes, and you decide the speed.
Bortelid has five ski lifts and 8 downhill runs, the longest of which is 1700 metres. The slopes vary in technical difficulty, from a children's run to...
Sandefjord has wonderful conditions for winteractivities this winter with many well-prepared tracks for cross-country skiing, good skating rinks and fun toboggans for the children.
The ski school in Trysil has over a 100 ski teachers, all very excited about skiing! Let Norway’s largest ski school inspire you to become a better...
A mountain hike where there is a “gapahuk” (rustic shelter) with a fireplace at Musvannet.