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The Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway - Photo: Lofoten Kajakk/Jann Engstad
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The Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway Photo: Lofoten Kajakk/Jann Engstad

Lofoten Kajakk

Lofoten Kajakk offers a choice of sea and land-based activities year round, including kayaking, sailing, hiking, cycling, skiing and snowshoeing.

Activities on offer

Lofoten Kajakk offers sea kayaking all year round; guided trips, courses (BCU/NPF/EPP) and rental. Skiing (XC/BC) and snowshoeing in the backcountry or the mountains of Lofoten and northern lights hikes on foot or snowshoes are popular in winter, while sea kayaking, sailing, hiking and cycling trips are on offer in summer.

Getting there

Travelling to the Lofoten Islands by ferry or plane will bring you to Svolvær. From Svolvær take the main road, E10, westwards for about two kilometers past Kabelvåg; there is a road sign to Sandvika. About 400 meters down the road take the first road to your left and 80 meters on you will Lofoten Kayakk on you left.

About the area

Located about 200 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle, the Lofoten Archipelago is renowned for its stunning beauty and outstanding natural scenery. The rich fauna, particularly birdlife and marine mammals, and the islands' tranquil atmosphere, also draw visitors.

About Lofoten Kajakk

Lofoten Kajakk has provided activities and adventures for customers over the past 25 years. It is also one of the first certified ecotourism companies in Norway. Located just outside Kabelvåg, it enjoys a magnificent setting for activities in the Lofoten Islands all year round. Kayaking is the main activity on offer, but sailing, hiking and cycling are also great on the islands. In winter you can also paddle, or try snowshoeing and XC/BC skiing. The queen of winter is Aurora Borealis (the northern lights), and going looking for them makes for an exciting activity between October and April.

Contact information:
Lofoten Aktiv AS
Postboks 136
8309 Kabelvåg
Phone: +47 76 07 30 00
Mobile : +47 99 23 11 00
Email: post@lofoten-aktiv.no

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Last updated:  2013-08-05
 - Photo: Kajakk/Jann Engstad
 - Photo: Kajakk/Jann Engstad

Interest:  Canoeing & Kayaking, Cycling, Hiking, Winter without skis

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The Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway - Photo: Lofoten Kajakk/Jann Engstad

Lofoten Kajakk

Lofoten Kajakk offers a choice of sea and land-based activities year round, including kayaking, sailing, hiking, cycling, skiing and snowshoeing.

Lofoten Kajakk

Source: Visitnorway

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