Have you ever dreamed of flying? Now you can!
Feel free as a bird as you experience a huge adrenaline rush. Here are some of Norway's wildest ziplines!
Put on your helmet, tighten your harness and hook onto the wire.
You're now ready for an airy adventure!
Eager to try Northern Europe's longest zipline? Flåm Zipline is 1,381 metres long.
Feel your heart race as you fly along at 100 kilometres an hour, from high up on the mountain to all the way down to the valley below, starting near Vatnahalsen station on the famous Flåm Railway.
Conquer your fear of heights!
Whiz down Loen zipline, 1,000 metres above the fjord! The ziplines here are located in breathtaking surroundings.
Looks fun, doesn’t it?
Feel the spray on your skin as you fly through UNESCO-listed nature in Geiranger.
Rushing rivers and lush forests surround you as you ride the ziplines in Geiranger Nature Park.
Want to race?
Have you ever wanted to try ski jumping? This is as close as you can get without skis!
Ziplining from the top of Holmenkollen ski jump in Oslo will definitely get your adrenaline pumping – and give you a breathtaking view of Oslo.
With its 1,100 metres of pure fun, Geilo Zipline is one of Scandinavia's longest, offering beautiful mountain views. Choose between a tandem or single ride.
Zipline over the water and enjoy the beautiful Brudesløret waterfall in Rypetoppen Adventurepark. Located in Meråker in Trøndelag, the park is one of Norway's biggest, with 28 ziplines to choose from, all situated in scenic surroundings.
Ziplines are a thrilling adventure for the whole family.
This spectacular zipline takes you flying over the Vefsna river and ends in the beautiful garden at Fru Haugans hotel.
Your effort deserves a toast!
These are just a few of the options. Get ready to fly high in Norway.
Ziplining is an all-thrills, no-skills activity for adventure seekers of all ages. Let the experience take your breath away – and leave you craving more. Don't worry, ziplining is definitely less scary (and more thrilling) than it looks!
There are adventure parks with ziplines and tree to tree crossings throughout Norway.
In most places, the ziplining season lasts from spring to autumn.
Age limits vary from place to place, depending on the degree of difficulty.
Strict safety measures are always a priority.
Zipline operators provide you with a harness and a helmet and all the safety equipment you need. Remember to wear closed-toe shoes and long trousers, capris or leggings.
Now you have all your gear, you're ready for gorgeous views and an adrenaline rush!
Let’s go flying!
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