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Study Topics - Physcal Geography | Human Geography
From its raw and rugged coastline which stretches beyond the Arctic Circle, to its expansive countryside of fells, rolling hills, valleys and fertile farmlands, Norway delivers at every level.
The Hordaland region with its numerous islands and fjords is a treasure trove of human achievement, biodiversity and sustainability. Around 20,000 years ago the land was a barren ice tundra and as the climate changed flora and fauna began to thrive. Our suggested itinerary combines adventure activities with geographical wonders delivering a full, hands-on tour experience.
This stunning region of Fjord Norway is the focus for our latest study aid: Hardanger Tourism (suitable for use with KS3, GCSE and A-level students) - access this free online classroom resource here »
Outline Itinerary - Fjord Adventure (5 days)
Day 1 fly UK to Bergen then travel on to Kinsarvik for a 4 night stay
Day 2 hike the Husadalen trail to four waterfalls
Day 3 activity day; hiking / kayaking / rafting / climbing / archery
Day 4 Sima Hydroelectric Power Station / Hardangervidda Nature Centre at Eidfjord / Voringsfossen waterfall
Day 5 Steinsdalsfossen waterfall / Hardanger Maritime Centre / Bergen sightseeing & Bryggens Wharf / return flight to UK
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