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An introduction to climbing with focus on basic use of ropes, knots, equipment and techniques.
Canyoning has its origins in the alps, but the northern part of Gudbrandsdalen also features several canyons ideal for this exciting mix of scrambling/climbing, swimming, jumping into deep rock pools and walking in and along a small river flowing through a narrow gorge.
At Heklefjell, we have a rock face that has been develloped for climbing. At our guided tours, you can experience the challenge and excitement in a sa...
Ice climbing on frozen rivers and waterfalls. Small groups with certified, local guides.
January - February
Hit the wall!
If you thought the steep hillsides in Nordfjord are impressive to look at, why not impress yourself and climb them all the way up to the top?
Admittedly, hanging from a steep mountainside above a fjord is not something you do every day, and you would think it sounds strenuous and somewhat dangerous. However, thanks to a well-prepared climbing track to the top of Hoven (1010 meters above the fjord), most people manage to climb the Via Ferrata trail (“iron road”) in Loen. A guide is with you all the way and with a harness attached, you can’t fall. It is just a matter of taking in the view!
Rock climbing for the whole family at the crags at Kvam (by Sogndal) or Stegagjerde (by Gaupne).
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...
Your main supplier in Lofoten when it comes to courses, conferences, seminars, themed trips, group trips, activities and experiences - all year round!...
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...