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Even though the weather is wetter and colder, it’s relaxing to be a part of the picturesque surroundings during this season. People of all ages head outdoors to enjoy activities in the mountains and forests, along the coast, or in the cities. And the best of all – many of these activities are environmentally friendly with little or no impact on local ecosystems.

Norwegians get more and more inspired to live a sustainable and ethical life, while new and exciting places get certified as eco-friendly destinations. On World Tourism Day, which was marked on 27 September 2017, the British website Verdict singled out Norway as one of the ten most sustainable holiday destinations in the world.

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  2. Do you want to make the most out of your experience in Norway? Rent a bike and pedal your way through some of the most scenic places in the country.

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    In addition to being a green activity, biking is a great way to blend in with the locals. The interest in cycling in Norway is massive, and many Norwegians like to explore their own country from the seat of a bike.

    And don’t worry if you need a little help to reach the top of the hills. It is both easy and cheap to rent electric bikes in many destinations.

  3. 2. Make waves during your stay

    As the duration of daylight becomes shorter and the temperature drops, only the most enthusiastic swimmers dive into the water. But that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying Norway’s many crystal-clear lakes, rivers, and fjords.

    Find inner peace whilst paddling a kayak on a fjord surrounded by photogenic mountains and waterfalls. Or go extreme in a rafting boat in rivers that will make your adrenaline rush.

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  5. 3. Keep it green in a museum

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    You should also visit some of the many outdoor museums, where you can study famous sculptures, historic buildings, and exciting nature attractions while enjoying the crisp and fresh air.

  7. 4. Take a memorable hike

    Many Norwegians are at their happiest when they can put on a pair of sturdy boots and go hiking in the mountains. And we love to share the striking surroundings with visitors.

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    But you don’t necessarily need to travel far from the big cities to experience untouched nature. Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, and Trondheim are all surrounded by ideal hiking terrain along fjords, in forests, and on mountains.

    Does it get any greener than this?

  9. 5. Conquer a wall of adrenaline

    Norway is known for majestic mountains, sheer cliffs, and fascinating rock formations. But do you dare to conquer any of these walls with your bare hands?

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  11. 6. Chase the perfect catch

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    Operators from the south to the north are ready to welcome you to a fishing experience of a lifetime.

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Find eco-friendly activities

Bicycle park in Hallingdal Holiday Park. This has been built to suit all ages and levels. Ål in Hallingdal is famous for cycling and… Read more
Hallingdal Bike Park
Downhill biking in Geilo Geilo Bike Park offers an exciting biking experience for both beginners and experienced cyclists. Read more
Downhill biking - Geilo Sommerpark
Hafjell Bike Park is considered the best of its kind for downhill riding, and has expanded and developed the trail network and the riders' facilities… Read more
Hafjell Bike Park
The Mjølkevegen cycling route stretches between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen and Gol in Hallingdal, passing through the northern and western… Read more
Mjølkevegen cycling route (250 km)
Hire a bike and see a lot more of Bergen in a shorter time than on foot! It is the perfect way to experience the charming city of Bergen. Read more
See Bergen from the seat of a bike
Let us show you our favourite sites and city features on our extremely popular and easy to ride electric bicycles. Experience the fun and freedom of… Read more
Explore Tromsø by E-bike - Tromsø Outdoor
A paradise for outdoor activities - All year Midtfjellet Windpark is one of the biggest of its kind in Norway, with its 44 windmills. With a fantastic… Read more
Midtfjellet windpark
We will guide you with our electric bikes up the Scenic Route Trollstigen, one of  Norway's most famous tourist icons! Norwegian Scenic Route… Read more
Tour de Trollstigen
Let our guides show you the best spots, the secret trails and the beautiful nature in Gloppen. But don’t tell anyone – it’s still a… Read more
Guided mountain bike tours | Nordfjord Active
Charming bike trip with lots of culture- and nature experiences based in the adventure center in Ringstad on the other coastline of Vesterålen Read more
Arctic autumn on wheels - Huset på Yttersiden
Mjøstråkk Mjøstråkk is the name of the 250 km long cycling route around Mjøsa, Norway’s greatest lake.… Read more
Discover and experience Glommastien, a bike path that runs between Sarpsborg and Fredrikstad. Read more
Cycle routes: Glommastien (The Glomma path)
Experience beautiful mountain biking on a bike! Rauland has beautiful cycle paths along lakes and high mountains. Read more
Cykling in Rauland
Bike package with three nights accommodation, luggage transfers, maps and route descriptions. Possible to rent bicycles and accessories. Experience… Read more
Package: Cycling from Steinkjer to Stiklestad
Cycling from Oslo to Moss - about 65 km. Bring your bike and start with a small boat ride from Aker Brygge to Nesoddtangen (about 20 min.) From… Read more
Go by bike from Oslo to Moss
"Vekterveien" is an eldorado for familys and others who like to ride a bike. Over 35 km with dirt road and bicycle paths along rivers, small seas and… Read more
"Vekterveien" in Eidskog
Surfing, canoeing, and kayaking
Would you like to go kayaking in magnificent surroundings in Ytre Namdal ? Join us and explore the archipelago around Abelvær by kayak. Here,… Read more
Kayaking in the Namdal archipelago - Explore Ytre Namdal
At Stad on the coast of Nordfjord you will find ideal conditions for surfing. Great waves coming in from the Norwegian Sea, white sandy beaches and… Read more
Surfing Hoddevik & Ervik
The islands between Fitjar and Bømlo constitute a unique environment for kayaking. The area has about 350 islands and a landscape characterized… Read more
Paddle - Fitjar and Bømlo islands
Boat life. For active holidays, paddling is a great alternative and Ål is a good starting point. Paddling gives you a unique possibility to… Read more
On the water
Telemark Kanalcamping offers a large choice of canoes and kayaks for rent. Read more
Canoing on The Telemark Canal
Activity and information centre run by the Oslo chapter of DNT – The Norwegian Trekking Association. Friluftshuset has a bouldering wall and… Read more
Friluftshuset: outdoor activity centre
Few things are more reminiscent of Summer than a padling tour on an idyllic lake in the heart of Norway Read more
Canoeing the Øyangen lake -guided tour
We have kayak rental, both single and double kayaks, including all necessary equipment, also dry suits. It requires basic kayak knowledge to rent… Read more
Kayak rental - Vesterålen Padle & Klatresenter
Rent a canoe for an hour, a day or the whole weekend! Read more
Odal Canoe and Leisure
The perfect trip for the unexperienced kayaker or the ones who wants a nice and different introduction to the Art Noveau town of Ålesund. Read more
Art Nouveau - City Kayak
Guided tour from the fishing village of Veiholmen This is a three to four hours guided trip in the area of the beautiful fishing village of Veiholmen.… Read more
Kayak tour from Veiholmen
Canoe- and boat: Inner Østfold has a number of great lakes for canoeing. There are several places where you can hire canoes in the area. There… Read more
High up on the south side of Hylsfjorden in Ryfylke you will find the old farm Litunet, approximately 285 meters above sea level. The Directorate of… Read more
Litunet (Ryfylke Museum)
Norwegian Fjordcenter - an experience for all ages We tell you the story about the UNESCO World Heritage, the West Norwegian Fjords. Unique exhibits… Read more
Norwegian Fjord Centre
Sculpture and national heritage park with a strong international art collection surrounded by beautiful scenery with many spectacular lookout points.… Read more
Ekebergparken Sculpture Park
"The land of peace" at Morokulien, situated in he middle of Scandinavia, right on the border between Norway and Sweden – symbol of more than 200… Read more
"The land of peace" - Morokulien
The district museum for Nordfjord, it has 44 old houses of historical interest, mostly from the 18th and 19th centuries. Many of the houses are… Read more
Nordfjord Folk Museum
Ål Bygdamuseum is built up around a listed farm yard from the 1600s. The museum has been supplemented with other buildings that could have… Read more
Ål Outdoor Museum
The Iron Age Farm at Ullandhaug is a a reconstructed farmstead from the Migration Periode (350-550 AD). The farm is located around three kilometres… Read more
Iron Age Farm
Visit the open-air museum with its vast collection of old houses. Enjoy a stroll between the picturesque houses and the indoor exhibitions, and get an… Read more
Sunnmøre Museum & Borgundkaupangen
Eiktunet museum is the open air museum of local history in Gjøvik. It is situated on the hillside with magnificent view of the lake Mjøsa… Read more
Eiktunet kulturhistoriske museum
Granite fountains made by Kjell Nupen. Guest harbour with services. Read more
Otterdalsparken park
The Glomdal Museum is one of the country's largest open-air museums, and displays a four hundred year-old period of building- and living tradition in… Read more
The Glomdal Museum
Exciting sculpture park in scenic Straumen, adorned wit sculptures by Nils Aas - one of Norway's foremost sculptors. The Muustrøparken… Read more
Muustrøparken Sculpture Park
The Folgefonn centre opened in 2017. It is a centre for learning about Folgefonna National Park, life in the Hardangerfjord, the global cycle of water… Read more
Folgefonn centre
Lomskyrkja – the church in Lom - is one of the biggest and most beautiful stave churches in our country. The impressive church dates back to… Read more
Lom Stave Church
Hemsedal Bygdatun is a restored courtyard dating from approx. 1730 and set in a scenic location at Ulsåk. Read more
Hemsedal Bygdatun
Visit Mount Gausta "Gaustatoppen" in autumn! Read more
The views over the fjords and mountains in the Sunnmøre Alps are spectacular.   Season Jun-Oct.   Duration 2-3 hours. Distance and… Read more
Hiking trip to Saksa (1073 m.o.h.)
Wonderful hiking trails are waiting for you as you arrive to Mt. Hoven with Loen Skylift. All trails with  magificent views of the fjord… Read more
Hiking at Mt. Hoven - Loen Skylift to 1011 m.
Roundtrip in mountains of Bergsjø where you follow the trail around the lake Bergsjøen. About 8 km in easy high mountain terrain with great view… Read more
Around lake Bergsjøen Ål in Hallingdal
Start: Near the mouth of Onarheimsvatnet lake towards Onarheimselva river along the Fv79 road. Information board. Signposted and waymarked according… Read more
Nyabruo - Blåbærhaugen
Follow the Akerselva river from Maridalsvannet lake to Vaterland Park in the centre of Oslo. The riverwalk is eight kilometres long, and takes you… Read more
Walk along the river Akerselva
The view point Kongens Utsikt is 484 metres above the beautiful lakes of Tyrifjorden and Steinsfjorden, west of Kleivstua. Admire the fantastic vistas… Read more
Hiking route: "The king's view"
The longest stairway in stone in Norway - 2200 stone steps made by Sherpas from Nepal. The walk up to Rørsethornet is 659 meters above sea… Read more
Midsundtrappene - Rørsethornet (659 m.a.s.l.)
With a free fall of 275 metres Vettisfossen is the highest protected waterfall in Norway. You can get there on foot by walking up the beautiful… Read more
Vettisfossen Waterfall
The "Seven Sisters" are among the most photographed waterfalls in Geirangerfjorden. They are close to Knivsflå, the abandoned farm. No less than seven… Read more
The Seven Sisters
12 km walk in our finest nature on marked paths, crossing beaches, hills, and woods. Read more
Coastal Path on Kirkøy (Hvaler)
Dronningruta [The Queen's Route] is a marked trail about 15 km long and is a 'round trip' along the shoreline and over the mountain between Nyksund… Read more
Dronningruta [The Queen's Route]
Fjellsjøkampen is Akershus highest point - north in Akershus in the municipality Hurdal - 812 meters above sea level. There are multiple opportunities… Read more
Hiking - Fjellsjøkampen the highest peak in Akershus
A walk that's suitable for all! This is a golden opportunity to photograph the best that Bergen has to offer, assuring you of a great view. Read more