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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE The Hardanger Fjord region offers a wide range of outdoor adventure activities with breathtaking scenery. Several professional suppliers cater for individual travellers and groups. All suppliers will tailor programs that suit your clients needs.
1 FlatEarth Adventures Offers a wide range of activities for all age groups. Rafting, sea kayaking, river kayaking, white water jump, climbing and more. See page 13.
www.flatearth.no email@example.com Tel: + 47 47 60 68 47
Photo: FlatEarth Adventures
2 Folgefonni Glacier Team Outdoor adventures in Jondal and in Folgefonna National Park. An example is daily guided glacier hikes to Juklavassbreen glacier. Kayaking on the fjord or on glacier lake. See page 19.
www.folgefonni-breforarlag.no firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 55 29 89 21
Photo: Folgefonni Glacier Team, Désiré Weststrate
3 FONNA Glacier Ski Resort FONNA is a summer ski centre on the glacier Folgefonna. Alpine skiing, freestyle park, cross country tracks and guided snow shoe hikes. The length of the season is depending on snow conditions. See page 20.
www.visitfonna.no email@example.com Tel: + 47 90 08 82 78
4 Biking i Hardanger “Sykkel i Hardanger” offers rental bikes that will be delivered and collected according to the agreed plan for the clients. There are several different route options. Norske Bygdeopplevelser offers a several day biking package tour along the Hardangerfjord route. www.norske-bygdeopplevelser.no
www.sykkelihardanger.no firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +47 97 16 47 00
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik/Fjord Norway
5 Trolltunga Active
Photo: Scott Sporleder/Fjord Norway
An alternative way of encountering nature and history in Hardanger. Examples are Tysso Via Ferrata – in the footsteps of the navvy. A climb along the pipelines from the Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry, Himmelstigen Via ferrata (‘the ladder to heaven’) to Trolltunga. Zip-line “Trolltunga Zippen”, 4-5 hours. Winter/ spring: ski or snowshoe hike to Trolltunga 19 March - 1 June, about 10 hours. See page 29.
www.trolltunga-active.com email@example.com Tel: + 47 90 82 45 72
6 Hardanger Opplevelse Outdoor adventures and activities for small and larger groups. Cooking on open fire in the wilderness camp. Explore the local cider farms. Archery, paintball, family rafting, climbing, rappelling, teambuilding, treasurehunt and more. See page 29.
www.oppleve.no firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 41 32 16 10
Photo: Hardanger Opplevelse
7 B-Active B-Active offers activities and rental equipment. You can hire bikes, kayaks, rowing boats and a sail boat. You can join historical hikes into the old water tunnels in Osa, courses and workshops related to nature, stone age or bush craft skills. There are also guided hikes, guided bus tours and indoor archery. Simple catering for groups up to 50 persons in the B-Active cafe or on the Fjord terrace. See page 39.
www.bnature.com email@example.com Tel: + 47 91 18 82 37
7 Hardanger Basecamp Stay overnight in comfortable Mongolian Yurts situated in unique natural surroundings. Includes a free workshop “making fire”. You can combine your stay with nature related activities, offered by the B-Active Center in Ulvik. At the 100 year old Osa café you can have breakfast, dinner and during the day Belgian pancakes and snacks. In the Osa café they also offer an interactive nature talk with demonstrations making fire, edible plants, flintknapping and tastes of homemade products. (for groups max 30 p.) See page 39.
www.hardangerbasecamp.com firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 91 18 82 37
Van der Tuuk Travel and Guide Service
email@example.com Tel: + 47 90 73 91 57
Photo: Hardanger Basecamp
GUIDE SERVICES IN THE HARDANGERFJORD REGION
See page 33.
Destination Hardanger Fjord www.hardangerfjord.com firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +47 56 55 38 70