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Guided Paddling Tour

Guided Paddling Tour on the Sølna River, and Guided Tour at Fiskevollen We paddle from Fiskevollen and into Lille Sølensjø Naturreservat (The Small Sølen Lake Wildlife Reserve), a «wilderness» which has many traces of human activities through thousands of years. The reserve has a rich bird-life and plant life.

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Spydspissen Villmarksopplevelser

Spydspissen offers activities with horses, sledge dogs and canoes in the Rendalen Valley, all with a touch of local authentic culture.’Spydspissen...

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Rendalen Fjellridning

Enjoy horseback riding in Rendalen's unspoilt and easily accessible mountain terrain, and get an insight into the natural and cultural history of the...

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Horse and sleigh

We offer you to go by horse and sleigh through the winter landscape. The horse has a tremendous place in the lumbering history of Østerdalen. We use t...

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Traditional timber work

Spydspissen Wilderness Adventure offers traditional timber work in the Norwegian woods. Experience timberwork with horse, axe and manual saw. Here...

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Fiskevollen

Fiskevollen is located at Sølensjøen (Lake Sølen), and is the largest and oldest inland fishing village in Norway. Fiskevollen is an idyllic place wit...

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Canoeing, fishing and Wilderness camp

Rendalen is a secret for the mass-tourism operators – and is not that just great? Spydspissen brings small groups of visitors into adventures of nature...

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Dogsledding in Rendalen

Drive your own sleddog team in the snowy mountains. The tours bring you in contact with traditions from famous Norwegians like Fritjof Nansen in arctic...

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Rendalen Fjellridning

Rendalen Fjellridning is located Unset in Rendalen. We have got around 30 horses hence most Iceland ponies. We also have some "Døla" horses, Fiord horse and one Shetland pony.
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