The dramatic natural scenery of Norway sets the stage for an adventure of epic proportions. From its crystal blue glaciers and fjords to the deep greens of the forests and mountains passes, the country is an adventure traveler's paradise. This trip starts in Oslo and ends in Bergen, and the majority of the trip is spent in wild and dramatic scenery in the landscape between. You'll hike through a massive mountain plateau and ride a bicycle along the most famous bike route in Scandinavia. You'll rope up to hike across glaciers and then be overwhelmed by the grandeur of nature as you explore glacier-carved fjords both by kayak and cruise ship. You'll hike along a scenic path that's been trodden since the Middle Ages and may discover that the quiet you can find in Norway's natural world envelops you like a hug. And despite the massive, impressive proportions of nature here, you'll feel right at home in the cozy villages and farms that make up the heartbeat of the happiest country in the world. Maximum group size: 13
This trip is for women in good physical condition who enjoy lots of different activities in a beautiful setting while learning about the history, culture and cuisine of Norway. Although for the most part the hiking is moderate, there are occasional steep ascents and descents on rocky paths. The trip is rated 3, and will have 4 to 6 hours of activity everyday. Prior to beginning the trip, participants should be engaging in aerobic conditioning, such as walking vigorously up hills, jogging, cross country skiing or stair stepping for 30 - 45 minutes at least 4 times a week. Rating: 1 2  4 5.
This multi-sport trip is a combination of adventurous activity with learning about history and culture. Some days will allow for multiple activity options, but the majority of our activities will be done as a full group. You can expect hiking, biking, kayaking, and glacier-walking.
Our accommodations are as varied as our activities. In Oslo and Bergen we will be staying at typical ensuite hotels. In Finsehytta we will stay in a mountain hotel. On the fjord we will stay at a family run guesthouse. And in Jotunheim we'll stay at a mountain lodge. All rooms have two beds and ensuite toilets.
Below is the proposed itinerary for the trip. As is true on any adventure travel trip, plans for any specific day may be modified due to weather considerations, unforeseen circumstances, new opportunities, and group interests.
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