Via Ferrata in Norway - 1 day - Advanced - Group
Climb the Trolltunga Via Ferrata in Norway, An off the beaten path adventure from Skjeggedal
Via Ferrata in Norway - 1 day - Intermediate - Private
Guided via ferrata day trip from Bergen, Norway
Via Ferrata in Norway - 1 day - Advanced - Private
1-day Loen Via Ferrata to Mt. Hoven, Nordfjord
Norway is without a doubt one of the best countries on earth to undertake Via Ferrata climbs, as its terrain is littered with immense and towering mountains and fjords, with pretty rivers, lakes and valleys making for a thriving scene. The country has become exponentially more popular over the past decade due to these conditions, and this makes it perfect for people of all levels of ability, from absolute beginners to experts.
Best time to visit
May-September, to take advantage of the warmer weather
How to get there
Flights to Oslo from all major European hubs, and then onward journeys to the rest of the country from there
Pleasant in Summer months, with temperatures generally ranging from 15-20 degrees Celsius. Very cold in Winter, with snow and sub-freezing temperatures common
Norway is considered one of the prettiest and most beautiful countries to visit in Europe, and the mountainous terrain results in this country being a fantastic Via Ferrata spot. All areas of the country provide an array of different Via Ferrata locale’s, even in the far North, located within the Arctic Circle. A range of abilities are catered to, from beginner to expert, and a decent level of fitness is recommended before tackling any of the Via Ferrata trips. The towns and villages that are scattered throughout the country all have a rich and fascinating history, from viking stories to agricultural areas, and the capital city of Oslo is a bustling metropolis that provides something for everyone
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