|Season (1 July 2018 - 20 Sept 2018)|
Day tour to Rosendal. Fjord cruise, kayak on the lake Møsevatn in front of the glacier and blue ice trip on Folgefonna Glacier.
The tour starts with a fjord cruise from Bergen to Rosendal. On the boat trip, you will be able to see the spectacular fjords Bjørnefjord and Hardangerfjord. You will also pass the archipelago outside Bergen.
Rosendal is beautifully situated by the Hardanger Fjord and between the mountains Skålafjell, Melderskin and Malmangernuten.
The kayak and glacier guides will meet you by the boat and take you up in the mountain to the lake where the tour starts.
We paddle in stable double kayaks that fit well for beginners. There are also single kayaks available, if desired. The glacier trip at Folgefonna can be customized with demanding climbing for those who want that, or easier walking on the glacier, if you prefer that.
The tour requires that you are above 15 years and have a normal level of fitness, but does not require any previous kayaking experience.
The kayak and glacier guides will meet you near the boat. This trip will take you by minibus for about 40 minutes to the starting point for the tour 850masl.
The trip start with a kayak trip in the glacier lake, dry suits is used to ensure safety, because the water is cold. If lucky, there are icebergs in the lake on our way from starting point to the Møsevass Glacier. This is a “young” glacier arm of Folgefonna; the glacier is about 5000 years old. The view of blue ice coming into the lake is powerful; no one can stop the ice on its way to the lake. We park the kayaks on a beach nearby the glacier, put on glacier equipment and are ready for a fairytale in blue ice. We go for a calm hike in the ice for sensing all elements or we do a real ice-climbing adventure, this depends on your wishes and the ice conditions. The ice is in constantly change and route will depend on conditions.
Duration app. 6-8 hours. The total paddle tour is about 5 km; glacier hike 2-5 km. Lunch will be served on the tour.
We return by boat to Os, and from there by bus to Bergen.
The tour requires a normal level of fitness, but does not require any previous kayaking experience.
The safety and wellbeing of participants is the top priority of your guides.
Express Boat Bergen-Rosendal 0850 am Thursday or Friday.
At 8:45 in the evening.
June 29 - September 15
Included in the price
• Express boat Bergen-Rosendal and Rosendal-Os.
• Bus from Os to Bergen.
• Guided Glacier Kayak tour. Kayak and glacier equipment.
• Lunch (2 x sandwiches, apple, chocolate and 1 liter water).
Kayak tour - clothes you should wear
• Wool underwear.
• Gloves (bring extra for the glacier hike in case they get wet).
• Caps and warm hat.
• Sunglasses and sun lotion.
Bring to the glacier hike
• Warm/wind/water proof clothing.
• Mountain boots.
• Warm hat.
All your clothing can be wet, please bring extra set of clothing so you can change after the trip if needed. You should also bring a towel. No warm shower is available.
The guide company provide all necessary kayaking equipment, and glacier equipment (crampons, harness, helmet, ice axe and ropes). They can also bring mountain boots for you; we need your shoe size when booking the trip.
For booking, please see fjordand.com
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