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Skulestadmo

Family Rafting

Vosso is perfect for families and for those who believe Strandaelva might be too scary. We raft approx 7 km of enjoyable and safe rapids. You will get...

Geilo

Geilo High Rope Course

Geilo High Rope Course

Longyearbyen

Snowmobile safari to Fredheim - Svalbardbooking.com

We head to Tempelfjorden and Fredheim. We visit Hilmar Nøis trapper station Villa Fredheim, where he spent most of his 38 winters on Svalbard. The sno...

Søndeled

Camp Husaas

Camp Husaas is located by lake Skarvann near Øysang. You can rent the lavvo and spent the night. Lots of activities like climbing, fishing, caoeing a...

Bergen

Standard Extra Fjord Tour from Bergen

Beautiful roundtrip starting with the train from Bergen. Highlights are the famous Flåm railway, biking down to Flåm and kayak on the Aurlandsfjord.

Meistervik

Northern Lights Watch (three nights package) - Malangen Resort

This adventure includes accommodation, airport transfer, full board, Northern Lights Chase, Snowmobile and Dogsledding in magic scenery.

Spitsbergen

Snowmobile Safari to Tellbreen Northen Ligth Camp - Svalbardbooking

Join us on a snowmobile safari into the polar night in search of the northern lights with a visit to our Northern Lights Camp. We are driving out in...

Geilo

Family rafting

Bring the family on a fun and easy rafting experiece! The family rafting is suitable for everyone from 8 years of age. Serious Fun has experienced gu...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 4 hours
  • 3 hours
Season:
June - October

Skulestadmo

Canyoning

After gearing up at the rafting centre we will take a short drive up the Raundal Valley to the start point of the adventure. Guides will lead along a...

GLOMFJORD

Fykantrappa - hiking in historical surroundings

The Fykantrappa was built in 1919 by workers called «Rallare», kind of wandering and poor people living on a day-to-day basis. The staircase was needed to be able to build the hydropower station in Glomfjord. Today a wonderful experience in the footsteps of Ralllaren.Walk it with a guide, or on your own.
12 000 NOK for guided trips on Fykantrappa
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