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Officially the Kingdom of Norway, here between deeply carved fjords and mountain glaciers lie the kind of adventure not suitable for the faint-hearted.

Base jump in Voss, kayak class III-IV rapids on Stranda and Randaul Rivers, repel down a 500-foot Tvinnefossen waterfall or stand on the ledge at Preikestolen. But first, try to pronounce most of those names.

If heights aren’t your thing and you don’t like getting wet, learn how to hit on the opposite sex or simply opt for the Flam railway trip. Read on.


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