On this three day guided kayak & hike tour we paddle from Flåm out the Aurlandsfjord and the full length of the UNESCO-listed Nærøyfjord.
For whom? Everyone 🙂, beginners are welcome
Children? From 11
When? All summer. Click here for our scheduled tours, all of these are open for groups and individuals to join.
Where do we start? Our base on Flåm Beach, and we come back here at the end
When do we start? At 09.30 on the Beach in Flåm
Where do we end? We finish in Gudvangen by 16.30 on the last day.
How do I get to Flåm? You will get a lift back to Flåm and our base / see travel advice
Where to book? Send e-mail to email@example.com
Weather? Check storm.no or yr.no, both are just as inaccurate 🙂
How many people on? We have a max of 12 persons on the Fjord Explorer, 2 guides will then accompany the group
What to bring? Click here for equipment list. All kayaking equipment is included. All you need to bring is warm clothes, waterproofs, a sleeping bag, hiking boots and a backpack.
Pack light! All should fit inside a small kayak. You can leave the rest of your gear at our base.
How much? Click here for price list
Passing through the landscape that has been carved out by glaciers, watching the waterfalls dive off the steep mountainsides and if we are lucky we might even spot some seals, otters porpoise and eagles on our way. fff A experienced kayak and mountain guide will lead you on your way through the fjords and on the mountain, as well as through the history of the area.
The three day Fjord Explorer starts in Flåm and includes:
– Transport back to Flåm
– Lunch & dinner day one, all meals day two and breakfast & lunch day three
– Safety and Rescue course
– The Norwegian Canoe Associations “Våttkort” qualification for kayaking, this has a value of NOK 1190 and is an internationally recognised kayak qualification, see more about this here.
– Overnight in tents (on request from groups we can organise indoor stays some nights, with an additional cost)
– All necesseary equipment (exept sleeping bag and mat, this may be rented)
– Locally known guide, qualified according to The Norwegian Canoe Associations internationally recognised standards
– List of items that you should bring
In the morning of day one we have a introduction to the equipment and kayaks plus a safety and rescue course, everybody takes part, but it is optional to go for a swim. After lunch we start kayaking from Flåm towards the village Undredal, the goat capitol of western Norway. We have dinner and spend the night just outside Undredal.
After the hike we continue the journey into the Nærøyfjord, the evening will be spent in camp in the Nærøyfjord. On day three we rise early from the camp, have breakfast and continue the journey leisurly towards Gudvangen in the spectacular Nærøyfjord
After breakfast on day two we have a choice to take a hike to Beitelen, a viewpoint at 980 m above sea level or Stigen, a mountain farm. Both will give a chance to take in the spectacular view of how the Fjords have been carved out by the glaciers. The view will take your breath away!
Trips are scheduled to go most weekends during July and August, but we arrange this trip with groups larger than 4 people on request.
Booking is done by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for prices
Still not convinced: Read the Ocean Paddler issue 57 with a article about our 5 day Fjord Fantasy tour