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Zip-line – Høyt og Lavt Preikestolen and Preikestolen fjellstue

This year’s most exhilarating news! A 350-meter long, steel wire zip line opened May 2014 right above Preikestolen Mountain Lodge. It is one of Norway...


All onboard

"Our guests will have good and lasting memories" whether we are on land, boat or island trips, this is our basic rule and goal. We offer activities su...


Tandem Skydive

A tandem jump is a good way to get a taste of what skydiving is about before signing up for a course. Or maybe you want a once in a lifetime experience...


Lesja Parachute Club

Lesja Parachute Club is one of Norway’s largest clubs when measuring the fun you can have. The club has 174 members and does 2222 parachute jumps a year.


Grenland Parachute Club

Grenland Skydive Club is located at Skien Lufthavn Geiteryggen. Here you can come and get a nice experience, either in the form of a tandem jump where...


Oslo Parachute Club

Oslo Parachute Club is Norway's largest parachute club, with jumps every day during summer. The club offers lessons, activities and tandem jumping....



Canyoning is a real nature experience with lots of fun and excitement! From age 15.


Rafting - Gråura

Rafting in the spectacular Gråura stretch on the Driva river - Level V - rafting experience is required.


DROP: Tandem Paragliding

Just 20 minutes from Oslo's city centre, you can experience tandem paragliding 1000 metres above the city. The most experienced tandem pilots from a...


Fyresdal Airfield

Fyresdal airfield is 800 meters long and is situated in the heart of Southern Norway. The airfield is currently licensed as a private airfield approving plains up to 5700 kg/10 passengers to land. The airfield also has a RC-track.
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