Rafting on Solid Ground Other
Thrilling downhill racing at Beitostølen
Substitute a river for a banked snow track and enjoy a high adrenaline rafting ride. This is the perfect activity for the adrenaline sport enthusiasts as well as families, as long as everyone is above the age of 7. After taking several trips down the exciting track in the raft, everyone will be able to relax around the fire in the teepee enjoying a hot beverage.
- Destination Beitostølen
- Season December–April
- Departures Wednesdays at 15:00
- Difficulty Easy
- Audience Suitable for children over 7 years old
Book with Beito Aktiv
All ages: NOK 550
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What You’ll Do
We’ll meet at our base in Beitostølen where we will first go through the plan for the day. Next, we will ride on snowmobiles up to the rafting track in the mountains.
One of our guides will give a quick safety demonstration before we proceed to find suitable helmets for everyone, but you may also bring your own helmet. Finally, bring on the fun! The snowmobiles will transport you to the top of the track, and our guides will make the raft ready for action. All you have to do is hold on and just enjoy the thrilling downhill rafting experience down the nearly 500 meter track.
- Experienced guide
- Transport from Beito Aktiv to the course
- Hot drinks
- Helmet (if you don’t bring your own)
What to Bring
- Winter or snowboarding boots
- Sunglasses or goggles
Remember to wear clothing according to the weather conditions (i.e. clothes you would wear for skiing or snowboarding). Hat and gloves are a “must”. Alpine or cross country ski boots are not allowed to be worn. Check out the Outtt packing guide for general outdoor activities in Norway. Feel free to bring any extra snacks and refreshments.
The meeting point for the tour is at the Beito Aktiv & Ski School HQ, located in the center of Beitostølen.
Beitostølen is located in the middle of southern Norway, easily accessible from either Bergen or Oslo. The scenic routes Sognefjellsvegen and Valdresflye are perfect entry points to Beitostølen. Sections of the roads are closed from November to April due to snow. Check the National Tourist Routes in Norway to ensure the roads are open.
From Oslo, take Valdresekspressen. The journey from Oslo to Beitostølen takes around 3.5 hours.
There is no train leading directly to Beitostølen, but you can take the NSB Dovrebanen line to Otta. From Otta you can rent a car with Hertz or Nabobil, or take the bus to either Gjendesheim or Lom (bus number 501 from Otta, with one transfer at Vågåmo rutebilstasjon to bus 560).