Dynamic Variation:
Book
Choose Language
Search & Book
Dynamic Variation:
Search
or search all of Norway
Dynamic Variation:
Ad
Dynamic Variation:

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, whilst new and exciting places get certified as eco-friendly destinations. On World Tourism Day, which was marked on 27 September, the British website Verdict singled out Norway as one of the ten most sustainable holiday destinations in the world.

Dynamic Variation:

1. A colourful bike adventure

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.

Dynamic Variation:

In addition to being a green activity, biking is a great way to blend in with the locals. The interest for cycling in Norway is massive, and many Norwegians are exploring 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’s both easy and cheap to rent electric bikes in many destinations.

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.

Dynamic Variation:

3. Keep it green in a museum

Dynamic Variation:

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

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.

Dynamic Variation:

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 greener than this?

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?

Dynamic Variation:

6. Chase the perfect catch

Dynamic Variation:

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

Dynamic Variation:

See where the eco-friendly activities are located 

Find more information by clicking on the icons in the map.

Biking
New bicycle park in Hallingdal Holiday Park the summer of 2017. This has been built to suit all ages and levels. Ål in Hallingdal is famous for… Read more
Hallingdal Bike Park
Enjoy the fresh air, birds singing, fantastic view +++ while cycling in the area. The beauty of the el bike is that you can decide how tired you must… Read more
El bike - rental and guided tours at Hotel Aak
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
The terrain in Nordfjord is very well suited for mountain biking, and this sport is becoming more and more popular and the trails are constant… Read more
Guided mountain bike tours | Gloppen Aktiv
Bergen Bike Rent is a five to ten minute walk from the Fish Market and the Tourist Information in Bergen, near the cruise ship port at Bontelabo 2. We… Read more
See Bergen from the seat of a bike
The Mjølkevegen cycling route stretches between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen and Gol in Hallingdal, passing through the northern and western Valdres… Read more
Mjølkevegen cycling route (250 km)
The path runs between Sarpsborg and Fredrikstad on both sides of the Glomma River. On the way you will pass cultural landscape with monuments from the… Read more
Cycle routes: Glommastien (The Glomma path)
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
Raulandsfjell and Rauland Feriesenter (Vierli) offer mountain bikes and bicykles for rental.  Telemark is a cycling region, and cycling trips… Read more
Cykling in Rauland
A demanding ride with plenty of steep hills through mesmerising scenery. Spending an extra day to visit Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) is highly… Read more
Cycling training camp - Preikestolen
Included: 6 x Accommodation with full board, 4-day trips by bicycle with local guide and bike rental, transport w / boat and minibus. Entrance fees… 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. Travelling on two wheels around Mjøsa lets you… Read more
Mjøstråkk
Stor-Elvdal municipality offers some of the best tracks for mountainbiking in Norway. Whether you like calm trips on gravel roads or mountain roads or… Read more
Mountainbiking in Stor-Elvdal
Hear about the vibrant city’s secrets. Explore places off the beaten track. Enjoy the stunning scenery. Join passionate guide on this fun and relaxing… Read more
Explore Tromsø by E-bike - Tromsø Outdoor
"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
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
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
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 those wanting to have active days during summer holidays, paddling is a great alternative and Ål is a good starting point.… Read more
On the water
Panorama hotel is a great starting point for a day or many days of paddling. The hotel has all facilities, and even rent out kayaks. The Fjord, the… Read more
Kayak trips from Panorama Hotell
The company Telemark Kanalcamping offers a large choice of canoes and kayaks for rent. We are sitated only 200m away from the Lunde lock, which is a… Read more
Canoing on The Telemark Canal
Provider: FOAM Travel. Surf Safari along beautiful, scenic beaches of Jæren. Got surf? The Jæren coastline sure does, and FOAM Travel is… Read more
Surf Safari
The launching and navigation area will depend on whales and weather conditions. We will give you the exact meeting point and weekly schedule of… Read more
Daytrip Whale Watching with “sit on top Hobie kayak in Kvaløya – 69Nord Sommarøy Outdoor Center
Canoeing is a very effective way of connecting with nature and gaining strength. The views from the lake into landmarks such as… Read more
Canoeing the Øyangen lake -guided tour
We will travel along the coast of the island of Håkøya – an area with beautiful nature and historical significance. Perfect for your first… Read more
Sea Kayaking - Tromsø Villmarkssenter
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
At Odal Canoe and Leisure you can rent  solide canoes and all the equipment you need for a nice day on the lake. The canoens are available… Read more
Odal Canoe and Leisure
The perfect trip for the inexperienced kayaker or those who wants a nice and different introduction to the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund. We have… Read more
Art Nouveau - City Kayak
Kayak tour and local food   This is a four hours guided tour of the archipelago around the fishing village of Veiholmen. The area is very… Read more
Guided kayac tour with Smøla Kayac
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
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
Canoe
Museums
Book a round trip and discover the fantastic cultural heritage in Vik. Join our guide and venture on a historical and cultural journey by bus in the… Read more
Sylvringen - a guided, cultural experience in Vik
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
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 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 belonged to… 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
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
Laura Ford (1961–) is a British sculptor. She studied at Bath Academy of Art (1978-82) and at Chelsea School of Art (1982-83). Her work is… Read more
Sculptures at Fredriksten fortress