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Jæren beaches from Vigdel to Bore beach. The beaches are a fantastic place to walk and take in the wide horizons and endless sea. Most of the beaches a...
Rent our charter boat, Lophelia, with a local skipper at the bird sanctuary Runde Island. Lophelia (Mørejet) (12p) (35 knot) can be rented for the use...
We arrange sleddog-trips at wintertime, where you can mush "your own" dog-team; 5 - 6 dogs.
Longer trips (expeditions) will take place up in the mount...
FlatEarth Adventures offers a range of daily activities during the summer season. Choose between: Sea kayaking, 3 hours, river kayaking, 3.5 hours, ra...
Welcome to Leirdalen Bre og Juv!
We are offering glacier walking, canyoning, fishing and mountain walks in the Sognefjord region, close to the Jotunheimen national park, and the Jostedal gacier national park.
With activities as glacier walks at the Jostedal glacier, canyoning in the river Leirdøla, fishing in the glacier lake in Tusbergdalen, and mountain walks in and around the Jostedal glacier national park, Leirdalen Bre og Juv can offer activities for the whole family.
From our base in Leirdal next to Jostedal, in the end of Sognefjord, we take small groups on tour in the remote glacier area in and around the Jostedal glacier national park.
I am Marianne and both my guide and I are professional photographers. My family has been in this area since the early 18th Century.
Experience a different kind of biking in nice landscapes. Stalheim Oppleving offers trips in The Brandseth Valley, The Brekke Valley and...
With Viking Biking you can experience Oslo on a bike - a fun way to take in the sights, either on a guided tour or on your own.
Guided bike tours...
For the slightly more ambitious, follow the Nidelva river soutwards from the Nelaug train station with direction Arendal, through hilly forests.
A real Arctic adventure in the Lyngen Alps: Complete with ice drill, fishing roads and lures, you venture onto the frozen lake and try and catch a fish or two, including the elusive Arctic char. Hot drinks and food around the campfire add to the feeling of being in the wilderness.