The ultimate SUP & Norway experience. An epic odyssey over 8 days and 3 areas of outstanding beauty. Everything that’s in the 5 day expedition plus: Seaplane flight, Cable car, Cliff top restaurant, Glacier lake and glaciers, 2 x UNESCO fjords, mountain tour, optional mountain climb & Europe’s longest wire bridge.
The ultimate SUP Norway experience!
You spoke and we listened. The result is the SUP Norway 3 Fjords expedition.
We will take just a lucky few to 3 areas of mind-blowing natural beauty over 8 days for an adventure of a lifetime!
- 8 Days of new SUP Norway AWESOMENESS!!!
- Paddle Geirangerfjord – ‘Seven sisters’ waterfall
- Climb Mt Hoven ‘Via Ferrata’ + Traverse Europe’s longest wire bridge*
- * Alternative Mountain top tour (via ‘Skylift’ cable car)
- 1000 meter high cliff top restaurant + ‘Skylift’ cable car return
- Paddle Lovatnet Glacier lake
- Road trip over Jotenheim national mountain park
- Seaplane flight over Nærøyfjord and surrounding mountains
- 2 days Paddling Aurlandsfjord and the majestic Nærøyfjord
- Plus much. . . Much. . . More. . . . .
As those that have shared adventures with SUP Norway know. There is so much more to our expeditions than we can display on a web page.
This is our passion.
We love to surprise you with the unexpected and curious along the way. From local Norwegian delicacies to secret spots and spontaneous activities. We love challenging preconceptions/limiting beliefs and exceeding our guests expectations in providing outstanding life experiences.
Because our focus is on fun and being totally present in the awe inspiring grandeur and sheer majesty of Western Norway. We find that many of our guests report profound experiences during their time with us.
I joined an expedition in 2018 and came back from the experience a changed person. It is remarkable what just 5 days out in the Norwegian Fjords can do with your mindset. As an athlete I was used to have my focus on the future, my next goal, whatever was next to accomplish.
In Norway I truly experienced for the first time what it was like to live in the moment. Out there, I could calm my mind and I found a connection to nature that I had never experienced before.
First is the Geirangerfjord
The deep blue UNESCO protected Geirangerfjord is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks, precarious cliff side farm houses and lush, green vegetation. Waterfalls such as the famous ‘seven sisters’, dwarf the world’s largest passenger ships. Basically it is AWESOME! Mere words and pictures just don’t do it justice, but luckily Stand up paddling it absolutely does.
2. Nordfjord & Loen
We will spend two days around Nordfjord. First we’ll climb the via ferrata* (optional) and cross Europe’s longest rope bridge for a stunning view across the fjords before eating at 1000 meters in the famous cliff-top restaurant. Finally, we ride the ‘Skylift’ cable car down again. If this is not your thing, you may alternatively ride up in the Skylift and take a mountain top tour before meeting the climbers in the restaurant.
*A Via Ferrata is a series of steel ladders, cables, and bridges that are bolted into mountain rocks that enable novice climbers to access the otherwise inaccessible.
Next day we will Stand up paddle the stunningly beautiful ‘lovatnet’ glacier lake. It’s peculiar and exquisite aquamarine waters are known for those classic mirrored images of the surrounding mountains, it also hosts some excellent fresh water fishing. Arriving at the end of Lovatnet we will take an easy hike to Kjenndal glacier, the source of Lovatnet. In the evening we have another restuarant meal of fresh trout, caught that morning from the glacier lake itself.
3. Aurlandsfjord & Nærøyfjord
First we travel to Aurlandsvangen to meet with our pilot who will take you above the mountains in the seaplane for a truly unforgettable sightseeing tour.
After your flight, we’ll paddle across Aurlandsfjord to the tiny but wonderful village of Undredal, where we can enjoy the famous local goat cheeses and meats in the fjord-side restaurant. The huge goat pizzas here are a firm favourite, followed by brown goat cheese and strawberry jam on waffles. Oh my!
Sognefjord is the longest & deepest navigable fjord in the world and one of it’s arms – UNESCO protected Nærøyfjord – is undoubtedly the most dramatic and majestic.
The next two days is an adventure in itself. We will paddle Aurlandsfjord and the length of Nærøyfjord, the jewel in the crown of all the fjords. We have already flown over it, so now let’s paddle it! At only 250 meters wide at it’s narrowest point, 1500 meter sheer high mountains surround us and the cliffs are striated with hundreds of waterfalls. We may find ourselves paddling in the company of ‘niser’ (the indigenous species of porpoise), giant sea-eagles can be seen soaring over head and be prepared for a cheeky seal every now and then. We will overnight at Odnes, a truly magical place and have what can only be described as a ‘waterfall adventure’.
The last half of Nærøyfjord is equally amazing paddling and as we land at Gudvangen we will prepare for the night’s expedition party in a very cool converted barn.
We are famous for springing surprises and who knows what might happen before we drop you back in Bergen!
Yes. Alcohol & snacks are not included and if you have to leave the expedition in an emergency you may need to take a ferry or other public transport.
There will be shops available at some points in the expedition. Cards are accepted everywhere, including ferries & buses.
A comprehensive gear list will be sent to you when you book with us. You will just need to bring personal clothing/gear.
Due to it’s nature, SUP exploring requires minimalist, lightweight and efficient gear and this is the way we roll (paddle).
We do have limited extra items of personal gear if needed.
Norwegian saying: “There is no bad weather. Only bad clothing”
Royal Marine saying “Any idiot can be uncomfortable in the field.”
We will be comfortable :)
No. We don’t use or supply wetsuits. In reality, we paddle in board-shorts & t-shirts or long-sleeved tops depending on sun or cloud. If raining, we put on a shell top. The water temperature is cool/cold. If you do fall in (Happens rarely), you are dry again in 5 mins and every paddler will have a towel and warm top to hand if needed.
Paddling in a wetsuit for over 2 hours will make you sweaty, smelly and actually colder than if you paddle dry.
On most expeditions, we stop and have a swim to cool down at some point. The picture on the right was taken in May.
Most of the areas we paddle in are quite protected and beautiful. We try to avoid head-winds and wavy conditions where possible. If conditions deteriorate to a level outside the group’s comfort zone then we can wait it out, paddle down wind to another destination or also re-location via road or boat may also be possible.
We have not yet experienced a day when we could not paddle. If this ever happens, there is always lots to do at all the stops in this amazing environment.
3 Fjords expedition: Nok 25000,- (£2,119 / €2,447 / US$2,723 )*
*Currency conversions are dynamic and update hourly
20% of the tour’s cost Nok 5000,- £424 / €489 / US$545 ) is required at the time of booking to secure your place on the expedition with the balance to be paid no less than 60 days prior to the expedition start.
Secure payments with Visa & Mastercard.
For alternative payment methods including Transferwise, Revolut & Paypal please email.
- 2 weeks from order – Full refund
- Prior to 60 days – Loss of deposit,
- 59-30 days- 50% of trip cost
- Less than 30 days – No refund
Information here. Please make sure your insurance includes a cancellation clause.
ARRIVAL: Ålesund Airport (AES)
On arrival day, you will be picked up by minibus from Ålesund airport (15:00-18:30).
Daily flights to Ålesund from Oslo & Bergen.*
* For the May expedition, flights are only available from Oslo (OSL) on arrival day (21 May).
Book flights here:
Please ensure to book your flights in good time before the expedition.
We will be travelling in a van convoy through amazingly beautiful countryside skirting Jostedalsbreen National Park. Transits to each area will be no longer than 2-3.5 hrs.
Bergen Airport (BGO)
At the end of the expedition, you will be dropped off at Bergen airport at approx 14:00.
A shuttle service leaves for Bergen center every ten minutes with a jouney time of 23 minutes.
Your Expedition leaders:
Founder & Chief guide of SUP Norway. His love for the ocean is matched only by his desire to share this passion with everyone possible.
You will be in good hands with Titus. As an experienced expedition leader, long distance SUP paddler, ex-Royal Marine, Arctic survival expert and a true ‘waterman’ (Surfing/Kitesurfing/Freediving/Sailing). Titus provides incredible insight, has fantastic stories from his adventures and enjoys sharing a wide range of skills with his guests, including – as a certified instructor – the ‘Wim Hof Method’!
Titus was the first to SUP the world’s longest navigable fjord, took part in the world’s first international ‘under-ice’ freediving competition and loves to Ice-bathe in Oslofjord throughout the Norwegian winter. So, if you’re up for it, he will be more than happy to lead you through a snow-melt waterfall ice-bath :)
Ultra distance SUP marathon paddler and experienced outdoor leader. Courtney shares all the values we hold dear in SUP Norway of connection and respect for nature and self. Courney is an advance flatwater paddling instructor and has the experience and passion to share her considerable knowledge with you. She is amazingly inspirational, always full of energy and great fun to be around.
On all of our expeditions there will also be wonderful guest instructors and guides from around the world, sharing their own unique skills and experience.
Check out the whole crew HERE.