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Self guided biking tour in Norway, Arctic Coast

Experience the unique surroundings and the exotic light that only the nature of Northern Norway can offer. The Arctic Ocean Coast is a paradise for those who want a real island adventure on a bicycle. You'll discover dramatic coastlines, sandy beaches, and traditional fishing villages. Take a deep breath, and fill your lungs with fresh sea air as you set off into an exciting and beautiful landscape made up by large and small islands. From the lively city of Tromsø surrounded by mountains, fjords and islands, the route goes through the beautiful and varied nature of Kvaløya. At the end of the day you meet the ocean at the idyllic island, Sommarøy. After a short ferry trip the tour continues ... Read more >
From NKr12,250 excluding flights

Ski touring holiday in Norway, Rondane National Park

Cross country skiing from north to south, starting at Høvringen - the gateway to Rondane National Park. You ski in 800-1000 meters altitude, with spectacular views of the Rondane Mountains, which include 10 peaks beyond 2000 meters. The tour continues south and ends at Venabygdsfjellet, which is the gateway to Rondane from the south. This part of Rondane offers spectacular scenery, varied skiing terrain and traditional accommodation. You stay 2-3 nights in each place. At each destinations you find many great skiing alternatives. The trails are partially groomed, but we recommend skis with steel edges, because of the high mountain terrain. The tour is suitable for people with normal/good ... Read more >
From NKr11,600 excluding flights

Lofoten Isles hiking holiday in Norway

The Lofoten Isles archipelago offers breathtaking, unforgettable scenery, creating an almost fairy tale like atmosphere. This tour takes you to a landscape of impressive alpine mountain peaks, Arctic fjords, white beaches and tiny fishing settlements. You get to experience some of the genuine Lofoten atmosphere through local food and traditional accommodation in fishermen’s cabins (rorbuer). We first meet in Stamsund, where the Norwegian Coastal Express, Hurtigruten arrives from Bodø. You'll never forget your first approach to the Lofoten Islands by ship. The islands spread their tall, craggy mountains against the sky like some spiky sea dragon and you wonder how human beings eke out a ... Read more >
From NKr12,950 excluding flights

Norway self guided cycling holiday, Rallarvegen route

Enjoy the wild and beautiful nature of the western part of Norway, with mountains, sheltered fjords, lush, green valleys, spectacular waterfalls and rushing river rapids. The contrasts and experiences are remarkable and have to be experienced to be believed. Rallarvegen is the most popular cycling route in Norway, offering both a historical and close-to-nature adventure. The road was hand-made and used as a transportation route during the building of the Bergenbanen railway from 1895-1902. All along the route you will come across preserved cultural treasures from this period, like railway workers barracks and stone bridges. The road is 82 km long and the scenery varies immensely, from ... Read more >
From NKr4,150 excluding flights

Norway self guided cycling holiday, Hardangerfjord

The Hardangerfjord route includes some of the finest scenery Norway has to offer, with spectacular view of the fjords, mountains and glacier. When you bike, you get these great visual impressions in slow motion. Hardanger is known for being Norway's largest supplier of fruits and berries. You bike through areas with beautiful fruit farms. Early summer offers a great blooming season, and during late summer and fall the fruit can be bought at farm stands along the road. Help yourself and put money in a box. The tour runs partially on less trafficated, picturesque roads, and partially on roads with more traffic. You go up- and down hills, and along fjords. Ferry crossings offers rests and ... Read more >
From NKr10,750 excluding flights

Self guided cycling holiday in Norway, Sunnhordland fjords

Discover the fjords south of Bergen. This area, called Sunnhordland, consists of an amazing landscape of fjords and islands. Our trip start and end in Bergen, the capital of Fjord Norway. 7 days / 166 km self guided biking tour including luggage transfer. The Hardangerfjord Express boat takes you from Bergen to Rosendal through an adventurous nature of mountains and fjords. From Rosendal you bike in a varied and hilly landscape. You get to experience a little bit of Norway in miniature, with mountains, fjords, islands and lush hills. In the east you can catch sight of the imposing glacier plateau, Folgefonna. The daily stages are cut by boat- and ferry trips, and ends in cozy villages, ... Read more >
From NKr9,450 excluding flights

Norway walking holiday, Peer Gynt

In the centre of Gudbrandsdalen Valley, between Lillehammer and Vinstra in the southeast of Norway, you find the kingdom of Ibsen's legendary Norse folk hero, Peer Gynt. A magnificent area of outstanding natural beauty where Peer Gynt found tranquility and inspiration for many of his fantasies. He may well have been a boaster and a dreamer, but a visit to his kingdom will convince you that he had good reasons for praising his home in such exaggerated manners. 'In the footsteps of Peer Gynt', our popular mountain hike from hotel to hotel, starts at Skeikampen and ends in Espedalen, about 67 km as the crow flies. If you are looking for a challenge, but in a safe form and without the drudgery ... Read more >
From NKr8,550 excluding flights

Norway guided hiking holiday in Jotunheimen

Hiking Highlights in JOTUNHEIMEN with guide Gjendesheim - Memurubu - Glitterheim - Spiterstulen - Lom. The mighty mountain massif in Jotunheimen offers towering peaks sharp edges, rocks and glaciers, but also good trails, quiet water and rippling streams. This tour has a bit of everything. It is a harsh ride that takes you to some of the most popular trails in Jotunheimen. We start with the legendary Besseggen, from east to west. Then we spend a day hiking to Glitterheim, from where we hike the summit of Glittertind on our way to Spiterstulen. From Spiterstulen we climb Norway's highest mountain, Galdhøpiggen, before ending our trip with a relaxing evening and overnight stay in the nice ... Read more >
From NKr11,900 excluding flights

Self guided cycling holiday in Norway, Helgeland

The Helgeland coast in Northern Norway offers spectacular scenery, with towering peaks, stunning ocean vistas and sheltered bays. There are thousands of islands in all shapes - large and small, flat and hilly. You drive along fjords, over bridges, and at the foot of majestic mountains. It won't be the hills that take your breath away, but the sights and impressions! Every day you'll have the spectacular views of famous Norwegian landmarks: The Seven Sisters mounatin range, The Mount Dønnamannen and Torghatten. You also get to visit the island of Vega, and the island of Lovund, which is known for its large colony of puffins. Helgeland is a unique, open landscape of sea and land, which also ... Read more >
From NKr7,400 excluding flights

Lofoten Islands self guided cycling holiday, Norway

Lofoten is Amazing - Midnight sun, beautiful scenery's, picturesque fishing villages, museums and art galleries. A biking holiday in Lofoten is an once-in-a-lifetime experience. Around virtually every corner you will find new, indescribably beautiful sceneries. The nature in Lofoten is powerful and impressive, with green mountains and towering peaks rising straight from the sea. Small fjords, marshes, lakes and wooded slopes wedges itself in between. On the flat plains, at the foot of the mountains, you find farms and small fishing villages. As you go, we encourage you to combine natural and cultural experiences. Great biking , combined with visits to galleries, museums, etc. You also ... Read more >
From NKr14,100 excluding flights

Norway self guided cycling, Senja

From the lively city of Tromsø, surrounded by mountains, fjords and islands, the trip goes south through beautiful and varied sceneries, to the island Sommarøy (meaning Sunner Island). The trip continues with ferry to Senja, Norway's second largest island. The road along the the west coast of Senja to Gryllefjord, winds through a magnificent and rough landscape, uphill and downhill - in and out of fjords. At the west coast, in June, you can experience bikeing under the midnight sun. Ride all night long with the glow of the sun as your guide. Nice hostings are ready to welcome you on your trip. During the trip there will be time and opportunity to explore the great outdoors, like hiking, ... Read more >
From NKr9,700 excluding flights

Peer Gynt ski touring holiday in Norway

North-west of the Olympic city of Lillehammer is the Peer Gynt Trail. The trail is named after a local Norwegian hero, characterized into fiction by author Henrik Ibsen. The Peer Gynt trail is a groomed ski trail between Espedalen and Skeikampen, in what is known as 'Peer Gynt Country'. Make your way through a landscape of distant horizons, birch tree woodland, Norwegian farmsteads, and frozen lakes. The trail is an excellent cross-country alternative for families, who are interested in a bit more challenging, yet still enjoyable, skiing experience, in groomed and well-marked cross-country tracks. In clear weather you will be able to enjoy a continuous view of the breath-taking peaks of ... Read more >
From NKr11,000 excluding flights

Norway cross country skiing holiday

This is a continuous marked ski trail, which passes south, through miles of untouched nature. It starts at Høvringen, next to the Rondane National Park, and runs south via the mountains of Ringebu to the Olympic town, Lillehammer. The Troll-trail is a cross countrey tour with a large degree of variation. It runs through varied and relatively easy trerreng, without steep mountains and peaks to climb. 8 days / appr. 170 Km Track and skis: The Troll-trail offers daily stages of 17 to 36 km. On certain parts the trail is groomed daily, on others only when necessary (after heavy snowfall/heavy winds). Inside Rondane National Park the trail is not groomed at all. We recommend good mountain skis ... Read more >
From NKr13,000 excluding flights

Walking holiday in Norway, Dovrefjell National Park

National Park Dovrefjell - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail - with luggage transfer Self guided or with guide A hiking tour in one of Norway’s most spectacular mountain areas. Numerous important historical events have taken place in this area. The tour is literally a walk through Norwegian history, combined with spectacular scenery. The Pilgrim´s Trail across Dovrefjell is the oldest connection between Oslo and Trondheim, and it has served as a main travel route since the Middle Ages. The tour passes through easily accesible and varied high mountain terrain. The National Park Dovrefjell is also famous for its rich flora and fauna - and the muskox. A nice tour for those who want to combine ... Read more >
From NKr9,100 excluding flights

Walking holiday in Norway, Rondane National Park

By Norwegians, the Rondane massif is one of the most beloved hiking areas in the country. Rondane National Park is an ideal place to experience the mountains and highlands of Eastern Norway. This was the first National Park in Norway, listed in 1962. Today, it covers an area of almost 1,000 square kilometres. Within the Park you find ten peaks that reach beyond 2,000 meters in height. Not all of them are reachable on this tour, but from Mysuseter you can hike some. The fittest actually make six summits in one day. At Høvringen you are in the highlands, where the mountains are easier to climb, and the landscape calls for peace and meditation. From the mountain Formokampen you have great ... Read more >
From NKr10,350 excluding flights

Mountain peaks hiking holiday in Norway

Peaks in Valdres & Jotunheimen - Gronolen Mountain farm - Beito This programme is designed for those who love hiking in the high mountains but don't want to walk beyond the marked trails, yet don't want to take overcrowded trails where thousands of other tourists are walking. Together with the local tour guides and hosts, the owners Oyvind and Tor Erik (they are brothers), take day trips off the well-trodden trail. The Gronolen guesthouse is well known for its tasty, home cooked meals. It has recently been certified as an Environment Certified Hotel. The hospitality is extraordinary and the hikes take you to fantastic places. You need to be fit and used to hiking in the mountains to be ... Read more >
From NKr6,600 excluding flights
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