We were looking for the best spot in southern Norway and found the owner of a property who was into mountain biking as well. We didn’t want to destroy the wilderness, so that’s how the idea of the yurts arose. They fit perfectly.”
— By the lake
We have small routes ranging from about half an hour to two hours, and we have the big routes which are seven hours. In Norway, you are by law allowed access anywhere in the forest, so it’s very easy to get on a bike and go wherever you want.
Our groups have one guide per 5-7 guests and we offer special training programs as well. There are all kinds of difficulty levels to accommodate anyone from beginner to experienced rider. We tailor-make every stay.”
— Sauna yurt
When you arrive at the yurts after a good day of biking, you generally go directly into the sauna. We have also French vintage bathtubs that you can put wherever you want to. People really enjoy that.”
— Yurt by the lake
— Mountain biking