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Norway – Out Of The Guidebook

Click Here To Download (10MB) This little guide aims to add to the book by Jens Klatt and Olaf Obsommer, as well as introduce some rivers further north, which are well worth the trip up. Norway has so much to offer, and there are other little leaflets for areas such as the Voss mini-guide, but […]

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19 – Heading Home (briefly)

Our time in Norway was coming to an end, with only a bit of time left we started heading to Voss to finish off our trip on some low water Raundalselvi runs. On the way we padded by the Sumelvi river, which not many people have actually bothered to go and do. Even the guidebook […]

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18 – Memuru

We had been told about the possibility of a good river that fed the lake at the source of the Sjoa, so we went up to give it a go as something to do in the last bit of time we had in Norway before heading home, the weather had started to turn and there […]

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17 – The Long Trek South

The sun had come out, so we decided to go look at some of the other nearby rivers, including a long hike into the Trollselvi based on nothing but the name. Turned out it was empty, but could have some fun whitewater on it earlier in the season. Nearby we put on the Lieråga, which […]

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16 – Glomåga fun

Since it had been paddled a few years ago, we’d wanted to go and paddle the Glomåga river, it flows between two glaciers in some amazing scenery, and through a marble canyon with some unique rock formations. The only problem with the river was the fact that it had a very very long shuttle, and […]

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15 – Still Up North

Driving round in the middle of nowhere we came across the Tverråga river, which some other Brits also found in the same way a few years ago. It had some fun slides, although probably not the best river for your boat.   Some more driving and we found a few other rivers that had some […]

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14 – Lofoten

After the Padjelenta mission we thought a few days off could be good, so we decided to head out to the Lofoten islands to do some walking there.   The initial plan was to take some climbing gear, but the weather looked like it could be against us on that one, so we just went […]

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