Kayaks beside Sognefjord

Adventure School Trip to Norway Norway

5 Days from £1065pp

based on a group size of 36 students and 4 teachers (free places)

Are you ready for a school trip to Norway full of adventure and action? Bring education to life outside the classroom with enriching experiences and memories to last a lifetime. On this adventure school trip to Norway your students will develop key life skills by overcoming challenges which help to build resilience, team working capabilities and most importantly, self confidence.

You're school trip will stay around one of Norway's most beautiful fjords, Hardanger, in the wonderful Hardangertun Holiday Park, made up of chalets and apartments. From this base the students will have the opportunity to kayak across Hardangerfjord and snowshoe across Folgefonna National Park. Norway is full of beautiful, unique and dramatic landscapes waiting to be explored. 

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What's included

  • Return flights from London Gatwick Airport
  • Hold luggage for all passengers
  • 4 nights' accommodation
  • Full board basis – breakfast, packed lunch and evening meals
  • Activities: Snoeshoeing in Folgefonna National Park, Kayaking and Orienteering at Kinsarvik, Via Ferrata at Tyssedal
  • Our Covid Money-Back Assurance

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Steinsdalsfossen and Hardangertun

Steinsdalsfossen, a remarkable 50m high waterfall is one of Norway’s most famous (and most-visited) sights. Your group will get the chance to walk behind the cascading waterfall whilst staying completely dry – a fantastic photo opportunity! Continue along the path to the vantage point that overlooks picturesque Norheimsund and the entire Steinsdalen valley.

Head to your home for the next few days – Hardangertun Holiday Park located in the village of Kinsarvik, at the heart of Hardangerfjord and ideally located midway between the Hardangervidda and Folgefonna National Parks.



Kayaking and Orienteering at Kinsarvik

Are you ready for a day of action? First, your group will appreciate the natural splendour of the Hardangerfjord on a guided kayak tour. Your expert guide will ensure you have all the training you need before you enter the water. Whether you choose a peaceful paddle along the coastline or venture deeper into the fjord’s hidden gems, the tranquillity and beauty of the surroundings make for an unforgettable experience. Keep your eyes peeled as you may have the chance to observe marine life, such as seals and porpoises, as well as various bird species.

Once you’re back on dry land, it’s time to explore the local forests and countryside with an exciting orienteering challenge. Students will need to work together with their trusty compass and map in hand if they want to successfully navigate from point to point, and back to the camp.



Ferry to Utne and Snowshoeing in Folgefonna National Park

The ferry ride to Utne offers stunning views of the Hardangerfjord and its surrounding landscapes. As you sail through the fjord, you can admire the majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, and picturesque villages dotting the shoreline.

After a relaxed morning, it’s time to get your adrenaline pumping, so grab your snowshoes and walking poles, and head off on a guided tour of Folgefonna National Park. Spectacular views will surround you as you glide across the snow-covered slopes of the magnificent glacier. Your guide will provide valuable insight about the park, ensure your safety, and entertain you with their knowledge of the surroundings and local wildlife. This is a unique and immersive way to experience the winter landscape of this stunning Norwegian national park.



Via Ferrata at Tyssedal

Most of Norway’s electricity today is generated by hydropower; all thanks to its steep mountains, waterfalls, and rivers. This trip to Via Ferrata will give you a unique insight into how the story of hydropower started. You will follow in the footsteps of the “rallarane” – the construction workers – as you ascend 400m along the mountainside to where they first built water constructions 100 years ago. The route includes vertical sections, suspension bridges, and exposed sections, offering a mix of climbing and traversing. This is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself physically and mentally while enjoying the beauty of the Norwegian fjords and mountains.

Trip notes:

This trip to Norway are available outside of the summer months. This price is based on a group travelling in March 2024 with 36 students and 4 teachers (free places). If you want to add an extra teacher, you can do so by adding an additional £10 per student.

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