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Departure from Skagenkaien in Stavanger – June, July and August
The guests will get to see the majestic Pulpit Rock, the Vagabonds Cave, idyllic isla...
If you have a desire to hike to Gaustatoppen, the best place to start is Stavsro. The path is 4km one way, and suitable for both children and adults.
Enjoy a walk and experience some history and stories along the way about a preacher and his family.
Join us on a spectacular guided three day hike in the majestic Lyngen Alps.
Knyken Centre is located in the municipality Orkdal, 4 mil south of Trondheim. Skiing is owned by Orkdal Sports and operated by skiavdelinga in sport...
Korpreiret is the name of a kilometre-long, narrow canyon. A wild formation very unusual for Hedmark.
We suggest a roundtrip from Korperud along the r...
ICETROLL offer kayaking tours on remote glacier lakes in Jostedalen, on the eastern side of the Jostedalsbreen Icecap. The tours, designed for any ability, range from day trips on one of two lakes, an overnight tour and, for the more adventurous, a 2-day tour.
Four unique hikes with an experienced guide, along good trails in the mighty nature of the Fjords. Daily hikes last from 4 to 5 hours. Staying at Nes Gard, a guesthouse in a charming building with traditional architecture and interior.
With a fishing rod you have good chances getting a nice catch in Vågå and surroundings. Vågå has countless lakes, rivers and brooks waiting for fisher...
Lemonsjøen is the gate to Jotunheimen, with lots of options for those who want to enjoy outdoor activities. In winter Jotunheimen Lemonsjø Skisenter ha...