Norwegian nature is an exciting playground whether you want to climb, ride, surf, join a glacier walk, or swim in a pothole. Here are ten of our favourite family-friendly summer activities.
A via ferrata is a protected climbing route equipped with ladders, cables, and iron bolts that are anchored in the mountainside. There are several via ferratas in Norway, both family-friendly options and routes for more experienced climbers.
Saddle up and experience Norway’s natural beauty from the horseback. Numerous riding operators throughout the country offer everything from short trips to guided tours that last for several days.
During the Ice Age, smooth potholes of all sizes were created in solid rock. Some of these giants’ kettles are filled with water, and so big that you can swim in them.
Norway is home to many outdoor climbing parks with routes and challenges for both small beginners and experienced climbers.
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