2-day Bike tour Aursjøveien

This is a 2-day electric bike tour along the spectacular Aursjøveien. This road is famous for being tougher than Trollstigen, but it is perfect for biking. Very little vehicle traffic, amazing scenery and some nice leg burning up and downhills. A hidden secret, we make available for you! We start at Sunndalsøra, and the first day is uphill through the valley "Litldalen". When we reach the top, we follow the gravel road all the way into the mountain plateau, make a stop at the Summer farm Torbuvollen, and stay at the cabin Aursjøhytta for the night.  The next day, we start easy biking through fairly flat plateau terrain with beautiful natural surroundings. After crossing the plateau, we descend all the way down to Eikesdalen. Here we will make a stop at Aurstupet and the waterfall called Mardalsfossen. You will be picked up at Mardalsfossen, for transport back to the starting point in Sunndalsøra.

3 DAYS SKI TOURING IN ROMSDAL

Treat yourself with a ski touring weekend in the Romsdal valley with accommodation and full board at Hotel Aak. We will do everything to make the best of your winter adventure. All of our employees loves to ski, specially in the Romsdal valley. They know what you need to relax and enjoy some nice ski touring holiday at Hotel Aak.   Skiers deal - A package that includes everything you need to enjoy a weekend in Romsdalen valley, plus some more:  

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Adventures at Valsøya

Molde - Valsøya - Molde If you are in Molde, the many adventures at Valsøya is just a bus ride away! The bus trip from Molde goes along the beautiful Fannefjord, then over the Fursetfjellet mountain pass to Batnfjorden and further on to the magnificent Gjemnessund bridge, a suspension bridge that was opened in 1992 and which was the longest suspension bridge in Norway at the time. (Today, the Hardanger bridge is the longest, while the Askøy bridge has the longest single suspension.) A ferry ride from Kanestraum to Halsa is also included in the trip. On the ferry, you can stretch your legs and – if you are so inclined – buy a “svele”, a sort of pancake that is a local delicasy which “everyone” buys when they take a ferry trip. When you reach Valsøya you can explore the world of the tree tops in the Høyt & Lavt (High & Low) climbing park. If you want a less airy activity, you can take a hike along the beautiful fjord, rent a kayak and paddle between small islets and rocks, swim at the tiny beach, enjoy delicious food at the Saltrøfjøset restaurant, or enjoy an ice cream in the scenic environment. The restaurant is open daily from 13.00 to 19.00 in the booking period for this trip. The climbing park is open daily in the school summer holiday from 10.00 to 16.30 with entrance slots at 10.00, 10.30, 13.00 or 13.30. Ticket must be bought beforehand online at https://hoytlavt.no/valsoya/billetter/. Note! Entrance to the climbing park or other activities is not included in the price for this trip. You can find more information about Valsøya here: https://www.valsoya.no/ About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.  

Ålesund - Åndalsnes (one way)

Ålesund - Åndalsnes This trip goes from Ålesund to Åndalsnes and connects with the trains departing from Åndalsnes. From Ålesund, the trip goes over the rugged Ørskogfjellet to Vestnes, then along the Romsdalsfjord to Åndalsnes. Åndalsnes is a nice town, majestically situated between the fjord and the mountains. Around Åndalsnes you have all possibilities to experience various activities, from stand-up paddling in the rivers to mountain hikes at all levels, via ferrata, or a gondola ride to the top of the Nesaksla mountain – where the view is spectacular.   Departure from: Ålesund bus terminal (Rutebilstasjonen), track 4 There is a free Voice of Norway guide available for this trip Voice of Norway uses the GPS technology in your phone to give location-based information for your trip. The information is presented through sound, pictures, text and links. Download the Voice of Norway app from App Store or Google Play. Open the app, select Providers and FRAM, and download the guide for this trip: Ålesund - Åndalsnes (one way). Voice of Norway is a third party product. Any inquiries regarding the guide must be directed to the provider (support@voiceofnorway.no).     About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.

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Åndalsnes - Ålesund (one way)

Åndalsnes - Ålesund This trip goes from Åndalsnes to Ålesund and is convenient if you arrive by train to Åndalsnes and want to go on to the beautiful town of Ålesund. From Åndalsnes, the bus goes along the Romsdalsfjord to Vestnes and then to Ålesund over the rugged Ørskogfjellet.   Departure from: Åndalsnes railway/bus station There is a free Voice of Norway guide available for this trip Voice of Norway uses the GPS technology in your phone to give location-based information for your trip. The information is presented through sound, pictures, text and links. Download the Voice of Norway app from App Store or Google Play. Open the app, select Providers and FRAM, and download the guide for this trip: Åndalsnes - Ålesund (one way). Voice of Norway is a third party product. Any inquiries regarding the guide must be directed to the provider (support@voiceofnorway.no).     About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.

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Åndalsnes - Molde (one way)

Åndalsnes - Molde This trip takes you from Åndalsnes to Molde and is a great option if you arrive at Åndalsnes by train and want to go on to Molde.  Molde is famous for its view towards the “Molde Panorama”, the impressive row of mountains on the other side of the fjord. Located between sea and mountains and with a short distance from the one to the other, you can explore the fjord, the town centre and the mountains behind the town in a short time. In the summer, the town lives up to its name “Town of roses”, and in July the famous Molde International Jazz Festival takes place. The bus goes via the Åfarnes – Sølsnes ferry to Molde. The bus goes on the ferry and continues to Molde. The tour price includes the ferry ticket.   Departure from: Åndalsnes railway station, track 2 There is a free Voice of Norway guide available for this trip Voice of Norway uses the GPS technology in your phone to give location-based information for your trip. The information is presented through sound, pictures, text and links. Download the Voice of Norway app from App Store or Google Play. Open the app, select Providers and FRAM, and download the guide for this trip: Åndalsnes - Molde (one way). Voice of Norway is a third party product. Any inquiries regarding the guide must be directed to the provider (support@voiceofnorway.no).   About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.  

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Avalanche course Storlidalen

This is a two-day avalanche course! Fjellsentralen is our partner here, and they have a long experience in avalanche courses. The guides are certified IVBV UIAGM Mountain Guides. The course is based on outdoor practice, and we are ski touring both days. The main focus for the course is to give you a better knowledge of how to move through mountainous terrain in the winter in the safest way possible. If you would like a course taught in English,  this is no problem, please contact us by email before booking. Dates 2020/2021 December: 12-13 January 9-10, 30-31 February 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28   

Avalanche course Sunndalsøra

This is a two-day avalanche course! Fjellsentralen is our partner here, and they have a long experience in avalanche courses. The guides are certified IVBV UIAGM Mountain Guides. The course is based on outdoor practice, and we are ski touring both days. The main focus for the course is to give you a better knowledge of how to ski tour in the safest way. February 13-14 2021

Backcountry Ski Touring

ALPINE SKI TOURING ON THE TOP OF FJORD NORWAY This is the ultimate adventure for those with some experience in skiing and mountaineering, and are ready to explore new territories under safe conditions. The mountains around the fjord of Sunndal is one of Norway`s best areas for spring skiing. The hike, the view and the downhill skiing from the summit to the fjord, is an ultimate adventure for all who enjoy off-piste skiing. We can offer you spectacular peaks with about 1000 meters beautiful downhill skiing! The trip can be either short or long, with steeper or more moderate skiing. We prefer to keep one accommodation for the entire duration of this trip. This way we can focus our energy use during the day,  out in the mountains, and enjoy, relax, and restore at the cabin or hotel. Prepare yourself for a unique and safe adventure in a breathtaking scenery. Your local, internationally IVBV certified guide will decide the route of the day, depending upon the group, weather and snow conditions.   Contact us for availability.   

Backcountry skiing Fjord Norway: Trollheimen, Sunndalsfjella and Romsdal

This is a 6-day tour, where you will explore the fjord mountains by skis, and stay at comfortable accommodation of hotels and lodges.  We only use certified mountain guides, with long experience and local knowledge. We start in Oppdal and have a short ski touring day in Storlidalen, before we move down to Sunndalsfjella and the fjords. The last few days we will be touring in Åndalsnes and Romsdal Alps. The guide will decide the route of the day depending on your group, the weather, and the snow conditions.   This tour can be arranged on request.  

Become a better skier

Do you love ski touring and keep dreaming about the perfect powder flow? Start the season with a ski technique course and get ready for the ski touring season. Our instructors will guide you on your way to the perfect powder carve. This weekend suits you if you have some experience with ski touring, but want to become a better skier in the backcountry.   Included in the course: Two days with focus on skiing technique in small groups. Max 6 participants per guide. Lift pass one day, ski touring one day A nice two course dinner Friday evening Even better three course dinner Saturday After Ski Snack - just enough to keep you going until dinner Sauna   Extra package for accommodation: Two nights at Hotel Aak Homemade breakfast Big Norwegian lunch pack with hot drinks on your own thermos Not included: Insurance, ski equipment, avalanche safety equipment, drinks at the hotel.   Need to rent skis or avalanche safety gear? We have ski touring equipment for rental at Hotel Aak. Ski Package = touring skis, skins, boots, poles NOK 600,- per day Avalanche Safety Equipment = tranciever, probe, shovel NOK 300,- per day   Available: 18.-20. januar 8. - 10. mars   Min 4 participants to run the course. Can be hold on other dates upon request. E-mail: booking@hotelaak.no

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Beginners Climbing Course

This course is a beginner's course in climbing, where you learn the basic principles of securing and climbing at an indoor climbing wall. This course gives you the knowledge to secure a climber on top rope and led in a safe way. In addition, you should also climb safely yourself. The course is based on the course plan prepared by the Norwegian Climbing Association and ends up in the "Brattkort" test, which you will probably pass after the course. The test is taken after the course by agreement with us. If you pass the test, you order a steep pass from the Norwegian Climbing Association, NOK 200 to register. There will be a maximum of 6 participants per. instructor on the course. We need a minimum of two participants for us to hold the course. Includes in the course: all technical equipment, instructor and "brattkort" test. The course lasts 8 hours and runs over two days from 18-22. It will be a course every month going forward.  Age limit: 13 yrs (children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult) Participants under 18 yrs need to have parental consent.

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Bike tour Oppdal - Åndalsnes

Experiencing wilderness and nature from the seat of your bike provides a new, close up Norwegian adventure.  Smells, sounds, and weather become very real. During this trip, you will experience the surroundings around you changing from fjords, to deep valleys, mountain plateaus, and with varied mountain ranges along the route. You can (if you're lucky) catch a glimpse of a reindeer or a grouse, spectacular fjord and valley views, and waterfalls. This trip gives you an escape from the bustle and speed of everyday life, slowing down and smelling the fresh mountain air. This biking trip in itself is an accomplishment, providing that sense of inner reward at the end of the trip.   The tour is an adventure from beginning to end. With varied trails and road, starting up in the mountains, having several km down by the fjords, and crossing a mountain plateau. The tour starts at Oppdal train station (540 meters above sea level) and ends at Åndalsnes train station (at sea level). We then recommend the popular “Raumabanen” train journey back to Oppdal, or on to Oslo, after the tour. The tour is a total of 240 km of biking, we climb almost 4000 meters during the tour, and have even more downhill. This trip can be completed in 3 days, but for those who want shorter days on the bike, we recommend to make the tour in 4-6 days. We also recommend to stay one extra night in Åndalsnes, and do the popular hike of “Romsdalseggen”.   Join us for an adventure you'll never forget!

Bløkallen (Medium, 3 - 3,5 hours) with guide.

We’ll begin at Utendørs in Midsund sentrum, transportation will be ready for us to take us to our starting point of the hike. These stairs are easy to climb and leads us to bløvatnet, which is a beautiful mountain lake. At this point there is two different routes we can choose to get to the top. We’ll take a break at the top and enjoy the amazing view overlooking the island, ocean and other mountains. On our way down we’ll stop by the lake and have some lunch before going back down the stairs to our starting point! Times: May: Mondays June - August: Monday and Saturday Prices: 2-8 people: 700 per person 9-15 people: 550 per person (there will be two guides) Larger groups on request please contact us on post@utendors.no

Bud Coastal Museum with guided tour

Available 21.06.-15.08.2021. Bud Coastal Museum contains the Ergan Coastal fort - a German built WW2 coastal fort, which today is a war memorial museum, and the Coastal Culture Centre, which is an exhibition about the cultural history, marine biology and maritime archaeology from Bud and the region.  The ticket gives you admission to the exhibitions and a guided tour of the coastal fort. Because of the restrictions related to covid-19, we can only take 10 people at a time inside the bunkers, while the exhibitions in the main building has a lot more space.  The ticket is valid during the museum's opening hours.

Bus to Hike: 360 degree view from Rørsethornet (Midsund)

Molde - Rakvåg nord - Molde This round trip goes to Rakvåg on the island Otrøya in the Romsdalsfjord and to the mountain Rørsethornet. Note! This trip is not bookable in school holidays, for example the summer holiday and the autumn break, as the return bus only operates on school days. With bus and ferry you travel to Rakvåg. You take the bus to the bus stop Rakvåg Nord (Rakvåg North). From the bus stop you walk approx. 500 metres back in the direction the bus came from, to the starting point for the hike. Up to the mountain Rørsethornet you follow one of the “Midsund Stairs”. Sherpas from Nepal have built fantastic stone steps up the mountain side. The steps protect the ground and make the hike safer, especially in wet weather. Seeing the stone work is worth the trip alone. Adding a fantastic view to mountains, fjord and the ocean definitely make this hike worthwhile. The hike up the stairs will make your heart rate increase and might take your breath away if you are nervous of heights. However, when you reach the top you will have the most amazing 360 degree view. You will see the ocean, as well as the fjord and other mountains. There are several view points and spots to take a break on the way up. The trip is open for booking also in the winter, but in the winter season it may not always be advisable to do the hike. Check the conditions before you go! There is no possibility to buy any food or drinks near the starting point for this hike, so make sure to bring everything you need. Before doing the hike to Rørsethornet we recommend that you prepare by reading more about the hike, for example on visitnorway.com. (Search for Midsundtrappene.) Departure from: Molde bus terminal, track 5 About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.  

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Bus to Hike: Take the Midsund Stairs to the peak

Molde - Midsund - Molde This round trip takes you to Midsund, situated at the island Otrøya in the Romsdalsfjord with only a few small islets separating it from the Atlantic sea. With bus and ferry you travel to Midsund, where one of the “Midsund Stairs” leads up to the mountain Digergubben. Sherpas from Nepal have built fantastic stone steps to make the hike to the Digergubben mountain and other peaks nearby more accessible for the public. Seeing the stone work is worth the trip alone. Adding a fantastic view to mountains, fjord and the ocean definitely make this hike worthwhile. The terrain is steep, but with the stairs it is possible for more people to do this hike. Make sure to wear adequate clothing and shoes! Norway can be chilly even in the summer. In Midsund village there are shops and other service offerings. From the shopping/service area it is approximately 10 minutes to walk to the starting point for the path to the mountain. The trip is open for booking all year, but in the winter season it may not always be advisable to do the hike. Check the conditions before you go! Before doing the hike we recommend that you prepare by reading more about the hike, for example on visitnorway.com. (Search for Midsundtrappene.) Departure from: Molde bus terminal, track 4 There is a free Voice of Norway guide available for this trip Voice of Norway uses the GPS technology in your phone to give location-based information for your trip. The information is presented through sound, pictures, text and links. Download the Voice of Norway app from App Store or Google Play. Open the app, select Providers and FRAM, and download the guide for this trip: Molde – Midsund and the Midsund stairs. Voice of Norway is a third party product. Any inquiries regarding the guide must be directed to the provider (support@voiceofnorway.no). About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.  

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Buss to Hike: Hiking at Trollstigen

Åndalsnes - Trollstigen - Åndalsnes Trollstigen is famous for the road leading up to the Trollstigen plateau. With its many hairpin turns the road curves up the mountain side and on the top you can enjoy a spectacular view from the various viewpoints. However, the Trollstigen plateau is also a great starting point for very nice hikes and on this round trip you will have enough time to enjoy the views from the Trollstigen plateau and also go on a hike. We recommend either the Bispevatnet lake or Alnessteinen (the Alnes Rock). Note! The hikes are not guided. You must ensure that you have enough information about the hike before starting and bring everything you need to make sure you have a good hike. Suggested hike 1: Bispevatnet lake Difficulty: medium (suitable for anyone in good shape who are used to follow a marked path) Duration: approx. 1 hour each way (a total of 2 hours active walking to go there and back) The hike starts just across from the Trollstigen plateau, by a bridge over the river or just after the bridge. Follow the road 30 m upwards and cross the road. The start of the path is marked with a red T. Follow the ridge upwards until the terrain becomes flatter and you can see a little pond. Turn right around a protruding rock and then continue upwards along a route marked with cairns. Approx. 100 m after the protruding rock, the path goes right - crossing an area of bare rock, and then upwards through a scree slope. Keep right up another ridge, and then keep right at the next large scree slope. Then the path follows the ridge upwards, slightly turning right. When you reach the lake, you can continue upwards to a picnic area by some big rocks. Suggested hike 2: Alnessteinen (the Alnes Rock) Difficulty: medium (suitable for anyone in good shape who are used to follow a marked path) Duration: approx 1 hour each way (a total of 2 hours active walking to go there and back) The hike starts approx. 10 minutes by foot from the Trollstigen plateau in the direction of Valldal. Follow the road towards Valldal until you see signs to Alnessteinen on the left side of the road. From the start, the path goes along the river and then continues towards a lake. After approx. 300 meters, the path can be a little diffuse, but shortly after it becomes easy to see and follow all the way to Alnesvatnet lake. From the Alnesvatnet lake follow the path that goes along the left side of the Alnes valley. After a short upwards slope you will see a large rock on the right which is a nice picnic spot. This is the Alnes Rock. Departure from: Åndalsnes railway/bus station (and from Åndalsnes Hostel on the early departure)   There is a free Voice of Norway guide available for this trip Voice of Norway uses the GPS technology in your phone to give location-based information for your trip. The information is presented through sound, pictures, text and links. Download the Voice of Norway app from App Store or Google Play. Open the app, select Providers and FRAM, and download the guide for this trip: Rundtur Åndalsnes - Trollstigen - UNESCO Geirangerfjord. Voice of Norway is a third party product. Any inquiries regarding the guide must be directed to the provider (post@voiceofnorway.no).   About our trips This is a “Travel like the locals” tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Tours are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the tour is bookable. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.

Climbing Innerdalstårnet

The Innerdalen valley and the summit of the Innerdal tower  (1452 moh) Climb the classic tower of Innerdalen, 1.452 meters above sea level! Innerdalstårne is a majestic mountain in Innerdalen. Innerdalen is a valley famous for being one of the most beautiful valleys in Norway. We will meet at the parking area in Nerdalen, and hike slowly to the Summer farm Renndølssetra, approx. 1 hour. (or we can meet at Renndølssetra or Innerdalshytta). From there, we will hike to the lake called Giklingvatnet. From Giklingvatnet it is a steep, and somewhat exposed, climb to the summit. The tour is exposed, but you do not need any climbing experience.

Cross-country skiing in Trollheimen

This is a week-long cross-country skiing in the Trollheimen mountain area. This trip mainly follows groomed trails, but can be adjusted according to the group, type of equipment (metal edge skis or not) and conditions. This trip includes 3 nights in hotels, 2 nights in cabins and 1 night in a guesthouse/farm. This trip is suitable for all those in normal good health, moderate fitness, and some cross-country ski experience.    Day 1: Oppdal Meet up in Oppdal, (or pick up in Trondheim). Train from Trondheim to Oppdal approx 2 hours, train from Oslo to Oppdal, approx 5 hours. Accommodation and dinner at Skifer Hotel. Meet the guide, and go through the plan of the week. Including the most recent weather forecast and snow report.   Day 2: Oppdal After a great breakfast at the hotel, we will start with our first day of skiing in the trails nearby Oppdal, at the entrance of Trollheimen. Oppdal has about 100 km of groomed trails and endless possibilities for Nordic Skiing. Shower and dinner at Skifer Hotel   Day 3: Gjevilvasshytta After another great breakfast, we pack our bags and get ready to ski from Oppdal to Gjevilvasshytta. Approx 15 km (groomed trails) Arriving the cabin, we will prepare dinner and have the evening to relax at the cabin. Maybe we can see the Northern light as well! Gjevilvasshytta– cabin in the heart of Trollheimen.   Day 4: Vassendsetra  After a great breakfast at the cabin, as the guides have prepared, we will pack our bags and ski to our next cabin: Vassendsetra. This part will be mostly without groomed trails. (approx 15-20 km, not groomed trails, most challenging day of the tour) Dinner and accommodation at this self-served cabin. Vassendsetra– cabin by the lake of Gjevilvatnet   Day 5: Bortistu Great breakfast at Vassendsetra, before we start our days' tour to Storlidalen, and Bortistu. Today it will be an easier day in groomed trails. This final night is at a guesthouse, with showers available as well! For those who prefer to take an additional tour after arriving Bortistu, they can continue in the groomed trails to Tovatna, and back again in time for dinner! (approx 15 km – groomed trails) Bortistu   Day 6: Bortistu  Today we take a longer ski touring day in the Storlidalen valley before we drive back to Oppdal. Dinner and accommodation in Oppdal, Skifer Hotel   Day 7: Oppdal and departure After breakfast, we check out and prepare for departure. Transfer to departure city by train, or we can arrange transport to the airport in Trondheim  

Day ticket Norsk Tindesenter

The Norwegian Mountaineering Centre (Norsk Tindesenter) is a visitor center in Åndalsnes focusing on Norwegian mountaineering history and mountain adventure sports.  Start your visit by watching our film "Trollfolk" (all languages) from the Romsdal surrounding, and see what great activites are done here. The story incorporates a fairytail story with animation that is sure to keep everyone interested for the time the movie lasts (15 min). The moviescreen itself is 3D, simulates a rock wall, and reaches from floor to ceiling. After the movie you can continue your visit on 2nd floor, and explore the new and modern exhibit of the Norwegian mountaineering museum. The exhibit features several interactive stations, different activites to try, videos, photos, documentation as well as a shadow theatre film to finish up with. All texts/videos are in Norwegian and English language. In the tower of the building you`ll find Norway`s highets indoor climbing hall. Here you can watch people climb of even give it a go yourself. With  60 climbs spread over 20 anchors, there is plenty of scope whatever your ability. For the little ones (3 yrs +) we have a nice wee bouldering cave that can keep the smalles ones occupied for hours.    Guided tours of the museum available upon request.   

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Dream Week in Romsdalen

Treat yourself with a ski touring dream week in the Romsdal valley with accommodation and full board at Hotel Aak. We will do everything to make the best of your winter adventure. All of our employees loves to ski, specially in the Romsdal valley. They know what you need to relax and enjoy a nice ski touring holiday at Hotel Aak. Dream week in Romsdalen is a package that includes everything you need to enjoy a week in Romsdalen valley, plus some more.   This deal applies from December to end of May. If you have other preferences regarding your dream week, we will be happy to tailor make package for your group.   Included Accomodations 7 nights Ski guide 6 days Transfer from Airport Molde or train staion Åndalsnes Transfer each day for ski touring After Ski Snack Three course dinner every night   Homemade breakfast all days A big Norwegian Lunch Pack all days Other activities: see description Not included: Flights Private taxi/transport  Insurance Beverages in the hotel bar Rental of ski equipment: skis, skins, boots and poles. Rental on request is possible. Rental of avalanche safety gear (tranciever, probe and shovel). Rental on request is possible. Other activities to do this week: Visit the Norwegian Mountaineering Center, Local coffee shops, fishing in the fjord or meet the local farmers. This can be arranged for an extra fee.    Facilities free of charge Wifi Sauna Drying room TV lounge Bar Fireplace inside and outside Ski storage *The price applies for groups of four or more. For smaller groups there might be an extra charge for the guide. Please contact us.

E-bike rental

Experience Midsund from the comfort of your bike! This is a wonderful way of experiencing the islands of Midsund.  There are lots of alternatives if you want to explore Midsund. It can be combined with a hiking trip up our beautiful mountains. Climb our gorgeous stone steps as you ascend some of our wonderful mountains that overlook the picturesque islands from high above! You can rent a bike from Midsund centre, or we can arrange a delivery to your ferry pier. Our bikes are Haibike Sduro HardNine 3,0. These are robust bikes with a long range. They are equipped with Yamaha engines with 500 Wh batteries. They have shocks absorbers in front and baggage carriers.

Electric bike rental in Åndalsnes

Experience Romsdalen with electric bikes! Enjoy fresh air and fabulous views when you ride along the river, through the town of Åndalsnes and between the steep mountains in Romsdalen Valley.