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Jørpeland

Rock climbing – Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

With helmet, harness and rope you are ready to take on the challenges of rock climbing. The skilled activity leaders at Preikestolen Mountain Lodge...

Jørpeland

Abseiling – Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

An exciting and challenging activity: you will be abseiling down an 18-metres high rock face! An activity leader secures you while you abseil down the...

Jørpeland

58° North – Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

This is our latest, roughest and toughest team activity. 58° North is based on the television program 71 Degrees North. In this exercise, you get a ta...

Jørpeland

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...

Hovden i Setesdal

Bjåen Mountain Lodge

The mountain lodge Bjåen Fjellstove is the first Norwegian accommodation provider to be awarded Ecotourism certificate within accommodation and meal se...

Hemsedal

Skistua Cafe

Located in the base area of Hemsedal Skisenter. At the Skistua Kafè there is something for everyone. Burgers and hotdogs, as well as traditional dishe...

Rendalen

Dogsledding in Rendalen

Drive your own sleddog team in the snowy mountains. The tours bring you in contact with traditions from famous Norwegians like Fritjof Nansen in arctic...

Rendalen

Tracking wild animals

The wolf is surrounded by so much superstition and legends that it has been a threat to the survival of the species. Rendalen has been famous for wo...

Rendalen

Traditional timber work

Spydspissen Wilderness Adventure offers traditional timber work in the Norwegian woods. Experience timberwork with horse, axe and manual saw. Here...

Rendalen

Horse and sleigh

We offer you to go by horse and sleigh through the winter landscape. The horse has a tremendous place in the lumbering history of Østerdalen. We use t...
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