Day by day
DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN VALLDAL
It`s easy to reach Valldal with public transport from Ålesund and Molde, or by car-rental. Using public transports, check out Frammr.no – use Valldal (Norddal) when searching.We can reccomend “Travel like the locals” by bus from Ålesund. Book online tickets here: https://fram.trekksoft.com/en_GB/activity/79364/rundtur-til-valldal
DAY 2: RAFTING
Rafting in Valldal is perfect for most visitors, beginners and experienced rafters alike. Valldøla river is perfect for rafting. The exciting rapids are spread out along the entire length of the 11km river. We can promise you excitement, swimming a rapid and not least served a little local delicacy. We do some easy training in a safe area before the trip starts with exciting rapids and waves through on the first section of the Valldøla. As the river calms we take our first break on the riverbanks. As paddle past the halfway point we pull out and take a longer stop along the river. We light a fire, warm water, and serve a local delicacy, Svele, with local strawberries and cream
DAY 3: CANYONING
The trip takes place directly downstream from the renowned Gudbrands Canyon, approximately 15 kilometers from downtown Valldal, towards Trollstigen. The course is located in an breathtaking canyon, where placid water runs between vertical granite walls. Within the canyon we have built a course of obstacles, travelling down the canyon.
The first challenge is a via ferrata, followed by a rope bridge, stretched across to the other side of the canyon. From there we move furter into the canyon with via-ferrata, a new balance bridge, before do our first dive of the day from 3 meters hight! After a short swim in the refreshing water, we climb up again, ready for more jumping, swimming, climbing and ziplining. The trip ends with a swim through a white water rapid at the end of the canyon.
DAY 4: UNESCO FJORD EXPLORER
The ultimate fjord experience! A longer tour from Valldal to Tafjord, where we explore the unknown UNESCO fjord Tafjord. Waterfalls, beautiful mountains, wildlife and local histories is some of what we offer. During the tour we have one or more breaks along the way.
A total of 14km (9 miles) where we usually spend 4-5 hours on the paddle itself.
DAY 5: DEPARTUREDAY