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Climbing wall and great opportunities for rappelling at Hesså in Marnardal.
“Via Ferrata” is Italian for iron road. This is a climbing route where you are secured to the rock by means of a steel cable. There are also iron rungs in the steepest sections, making the ascent safe and relatively simple.
Mo Laksegard can provide several spectacular activities for groups.
The Burma Bridge:
This is a bridge that consists of a thick rope for walking upo...
Come out in the nature. and get lots of fresh air. Halden Skiklubbs cottage in the Høiåsmarka, is opend autumn, winther and spring seasons Drinks and...
Norway’s toughest climbing wall is at Sørmarka Arena. Beginners and experts will be stretched at our ‘monsterwall’ which is 17m high and has about...
"Our guests will have good and lasting memories" whether we are on land, boat or island trips, this is our basic rule and goal.
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The climbing area at Glesnes is situated on the southern tip of Sotra. The wall is very steep, with 20 to 30 degree overhangs. The quality of the rock is lower than other walls on Sotra, but in return the wall offers exciting hòlklatring.
With helmet, harness and rope you are ready to take on the challenges of rock climbing. The skilled activity leaders at Preikestolen Mountain Lodge...
Rock climbing – Preikestolen Mountain Lodge
With helmet, harness and rope you are ready to take on the challenges of rock climbing. Our skilled activit...