|Season (13 May 2021 - 17 Oct 2021)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00|
* No tours on the following times during the season: 4 September kl. 10.00, 11 September 10.00 and 15.00
Exciting, fun and suitable for beginners and experienced. We guarantee an unforgettable and spectacular experience!
White water rafting is one of the most unique and popular summer activities in Voss. Our white water rafting is considered being one of the most adventurous and exciting rafting trips you can do in Europe. Depending on the water level, we raft on the Strandaelva or Raundalselva, both of which offer high-class white water action and we guarantee an unforgettable experience!
THE RIVERS Grade 4
Stranda River (Approx. 8kms.)
This river has 9 spectacular rapids and several beautiful sections. Since the river has a pool-drop profile, the grading is relatively low compared with the size of the rapids you will run, giving you great value!
Raundal River (Approx. 7 kms.)
We run the Raundal when the Stranda River is low, normally through August – Sept. This river runs through a beautiful canyon away from the road. The crystal-clear river is famous for the colour and pure drinking-quality water. Technically a bit more demanding and is considered being one of the more difficult rivers in Norway. Very skilled guides still make it possible for beginners to join us on the trip.
Daily departures at 10:00 and/ or 15:00
Meeting point: Voss Active, Nedkvitnesvegen 25, 5710 Skulestadmo
Shuttle bus from bus stop at Voss bus terminal 30 minutes before your rafting trip starts. Must be pre-booked. Shuttle bus round trip costs NOK 55. pr. person.
The trip takes about 4 hours base to base and consists of about 1.5 – 2 hours on the river
Warm, homemade lunch in our restaurant at 14.00 can be pre-booked.
Bring swimming suits/shorts and towel for showers. Wool underwear shirt is recommended if cold
All equipment is included (wetsuit, lifejacket, helmet and neoprene shoes)
The trip is suitable for everyone with normal good health, you must be able to swim.
Participants have to be 15 years or older.
The latest time for booking is 9 PM the day before
Cancelling your activity 4 weeks or more prior to booked arrangement you pay nothing.
Cancelling your activity 4 to 2 weeks prior to booked arrangement you pay 10% of total cost.
Cancelling your activity 2 weeks to 24 hours prior to booked arrangement you pay 50% of total cost.
Cancelling your activity Less than 24 hours prior to booked arrangement you pay 100% of total cost
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|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|June, July, Aug & Saturdays||NOK1,350.00 single|
|May, September & October (except Saturdays)||NOK1,190.00 single|
Prices may be subject to change.
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