Balholm juisery outlet
Direct pressed fruit and berry juice and cider from Sogn. The northern climate leads to slow ripening and very good flavours. Rich in vitamins and antioxidants. An ideal choice for your party table or when you want to enjoy something especially good. You can purchase our products in the shop in Ciderhuset.
Day pass in Hydlaparken
The price for day tickets includes access to the climbing trails and the climbing wall (according to height requirements), a jump in Hydlaspranget, and use of the pump track and Mini-Hydla. It is a own ticket category if you only want access to the climbing wall and Hydlaspranget.
Hardanger Folk Museum
The Hardanger Folklore Museum is part of the Hardanger and Voss Museum and is located in Utne. In the main building you will find Hardanger embroidery, traditional costumes, and folk music exhibitions. An open-air museum with several historical buildings is also part of the folklore museum.
In HYDLAPARKEN you can play on climbing trails between the treetops, howl through zip lines, challenge yourself in the pump track or relax with a cup of coffee. The little ones can play in miniHYDLA, the toughest can jump from Hydlaspranget, while you who just want to explore the wonderfully beautiful moraine ridge on which the climbing park is built can stroll on the paths and look up at the treetops. Everyone is welcome here and we take pride in being able to offer activities for people of all ages.
Høyt & Lavt climbing park Molde
Experience an exciting world from the treetops! Høyt & Lavt (High & Low) has 7 climbing routes with 58 appliances and 6 zip-lines, a climbing tower with quick jump, net box and a climbing wall. Come and try the trails hanging high in the forest at Tusten, only 6 km from Molde centre. Exciting and challenging trails for all ages, from 3 years and up.
The Ivar Aasen Centre
THE IVAR AASEN CENTRE, with its special focus on language and literature and its unique architecture guarantees you a wealth of memorable experiences while you are here and plenty of food for thought after your visit. Opened in 2000, the main building was designed by the Norwegian master architect Sverre Fehn and boasts the most prestigious architectural award that Norway has to offer. THE INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS AND EXHIBITS have so much for visitors to see and do - time will simply fly by! Every single day, they present something new about the languages of the world and from the current debate on the language situation in Norway. IVAR AASEN (1813-96) was the language researcher and writer who changed the course of Norwegian history. He created New Norwegian, a written language based on living dialects all over the country, and some of Norway's best loved songs came from his pen. The CAFETERIA offers you tasty meals and snacks and the chance to browse through the day's news in papers from many parts of Norway. The GIFT SHOP contains hundreds of articles and gifts, many of which are exclusive to the Centre, at a wide range of prices. GUIDED TOURS are organised every hour throughout the summer season, or as and when the need arises.
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 infrastructure of roads, the mountain os now easily accissible for hiking, cycling and offroad cycling, mountain race, cross country, fishing trips and familiy excursions in beatufiul sorroundings.
Mountain Cart is a fun and exciting activity for the entire family! It is a large three-wheel bike with breaks on both hind wheels and the speed can easily be adjusted according to the conditions. Mountain cart doesn’t require any qualifications and is just as easy and fun for kids and adults.
Kids special - blue ice hike
Short blue ice hike for parents and sporty children. Do you have sporty children who love a challenge as well? If yes, then the KIDS SPECIAL is the right choice! The hike is tailormade for parents and their sporty children who want to experience an exciting and various glacier hike and explore the blue ice world of Nigardsbreen Glacier. 01. july - 24. august At 10:30 Departure at 11:00. Fits with the schedule of the Glacier Bus (24.06 - 01.09). Nigardsbreen car park at the equipment depot (sign GUIDE) next to the toilets. Totallly ca. 4 - 4,5 hours on ice about 1,5 hours. The total time is calculated as follow: Boat transport: 15 min. x 2 (waiting for the boat not incl). Walking to and from the glacier: 1 hour x 2. Equip/roping up and instruction: approx. 15-30 min. Glacier hike about 1,5 hour Children only when accompanied by parents. Age limit for children tickets: Min. 8 years and max. 14 years. Adults NOK 600.- and children NOK 500.- incl. glacier equipment and the exhibition at Breheimsenteret.
Intro to climbing at Norsk Tindesenter
Never been climbing before? This is the perfect way to try climbing! Norsk Tindesenter's intro to climbing tasters will get you on the wall, with one of our experienced instructors looking after you. With climbs set to suit all levels of experience and ability, this is an experience suitable for all.
Learn more at the Røvær Aquaculture Centre about Norway as a seafood nation and the way we have developed into a world leader for producing farmed salmon. Did you know, for instance, that a lorry fully loaded with salmon rolls over the Norwegian frontier every 10 minutes, day in and day out, all year round?
Get excited as the dogs race across snow-covered expanses. Find tranquillity in the absolute silence of the mountains. Try exciting adventures, all adapted to your desires and needs. After a day of fun activities, why not enjoy a winter spa? Sinking into hot tubs under the starry sky is a perfect ending to a fairytale day.
Hike to Lake Myrdalsvatnet
Location Rosendal. Map Folgefonna National Park Rosendal Turgruppe's route map. Start and stopping point Kletta Parking Drive towards the Baroniet, but turn left to Kletta at the intersection before the tree-lined avenue up to the Baroniet. There is a parking lot by the stop sign at Kletta. Marking Information Board by the parking lot. Good gravel road with no markings. Grading Green Easy hike, suited for baby carriages, bikes and motorized wheelchairs. Difference in altitude 160 - 374m AMSL Estimated Time 3 hours round trip Recommended advice Remember to bring your fishing gear. A fishing license is not required. You might catch small trouts for free in Myrdalstjøa. There are two good quality rowing boats for rent at Lake Myrdalsvatnet, contact the Tourist Office. The lake has an abundance of fish and a trolling trip is recommended. You should also take the opportunity to enter the beautiful beach at the end of the lake to experience the wilderness atmosphere there. Overview Quality gravel road (toll road) for 5 km all the way to Lake Myrdalsvatnet. At 4 km you will pass Midtseter mountain farm which was in use until 1968.