Guided mountain hike for groups in the Hardangerfjord-area
|Season (1 June 2023 - 31 Oct 2023)|
Join our experienced mountain guides on a tour in the mountains with superb views over the beautiful fjord landscape in the middle of the Hardangerfjord. Exclusive tour for groups; suitable for couples, groups of friends or companies.
We start the hike at around 250-400 meters above sea level, and move along the path up the mountain peaks at 900-1100 m.a.s.l. with magnificent views over the wide fjord landscape and the valleys in the middle of Hardangerfjord.
The guide chooses which route to go in accordance with the existing weather conditions. Along the way we hike to mountain peaks such as Geitafjell, Tørvikanuten and Klyvenuten, where we usually only meet the local hikers. All these mountains offer panoramic views of the Hardangerfjord, and along the way the guide will tell you about the area and the cultural landscape. To make sure our customers have the best experience, we only offer private tours that are tailored to your group's wishes, needs and fitness.
Your guide speaks English.
By agreement, we meet either at the start of the tour or the nearest junction for car/bus in either Norheimsund or Øystese. For an additional price we can arrange transport from the bus stop.
Length and time:
5-10 km and approximately 5 hours
People aged 8 and over who's in decent physical shape. The trip is not suitable for pregnant women over 3 months, people with heart problems, back or knee injuries.
Booking, payment and terms:
The trip must be booked online and paid for in advance.Click here for booking: Hardangerfjord Adventure - Explore the fjords (hardangerfjord-adventure.no)
Changes and cancellations can be made free of charge up to 7 days before departure. In case of cancellation within the deadline, a full refund is given.
Private groups 1-10 pax NOK 9.000
Clothing and equipment:
Shorts and t-shirt if warm weather is forecast
Thin windbreaker and hiking trousers (with good moisture transport)
Long-sleeved jersey (wool/synthetic fiber) + extra change
Wool sweater/fleece jacket or thin down jacket
Rainwear (in case of risk of rain)
Hat/headband and buff
Mountain boots or hiking boots
Sunglasses and sunscreen
Food/sweets for the day and drink bottle (possibly a thermos for hot drinks)
Small rucksack with the right volume for its contents
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|1-10 people||NOK9,000.00 guided tour|
Prices may be subject to change.
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