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The culture centre offers the visitor insight into the culture and way of life of the indigenous people of the artic, the southern Sami. The idea...
Norway’s second largest glacier, Svartisen, stretches over
370 km2 and has a full 60 glacier arms. One of the most
famous glacial arms is...
A gem of a farming museum with a farmhouse, storehouse, baking hut, smithy, carpenter’s shop, etc. Artefacts dating from the 1870’s to 1972, when the...
The association regulary organises day and weekend hikes in summer and winter. Check advertisements in the local newspaper, Harstad Tidende. The...
Syltefjordstauran is one of Norway’s largest and most important bird colonies. It is home to a number of species, including gannets. The cliffs have...
Small nesting cliff. Accessible on foot, 1 km long trail starting at the harbour in Syltefjord....
Transport by bus from Tromsø to the island of Ringvassøy. Then we will sail towards the protected Fugleøya (Bird Island), home to one of Europe´s...
You can experience the world’s strongest maelstrom just 33 km from Bodø. Visit when the tide is at its highest and marvel at the forces of nature....
The river Altaelva is one of the world’s best salmon rivers with fishing restrictions and allocation of fishing spots. Fishing is primarily...
Loppa Island - The island that gave the municipality its name. In earlier times, it was an old trading post and centre of the municipality. There are...
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