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Evening Pick-Up & Paddle
Pick-up from your hotel in Ålesund; transport to our launching point. Here we load up and push off, heading west our kayaks glide over the glistening waters of Borgund fjord; aiming out towards the North Atlantic with Sula Island on our left we head out Heissa fjord to where it merges with Sula fjord.
Our camp tonight is on the banks of Sula fjord, as the sun sets in the west we enjoy a late supper before letting the sounds of the surging ocean lull us to sleep.
DAY 1 – Sula
Slipping onto Sula fjord after breakfast we head South in search of Storfjord. Rounding Sula’s southernmost point, we get the first glimpse of Storfjord; keeping Sula on our left our kayaks glide effortlessly down Storfjord.
After lunch we check the conditions before pushing off for the crossing. Safely across we paddle the short distance to the mouth of Hjørundfjord and our campsite for the night.
DAY 2 – Sæbø
After breaking camp, we push off early this morning. Launching onto Hjørundfjord with the Sunnmøre Alps towering above us we set course for the abandoned farm at Årsneset, here we stretch our legs and power-up over a delicious lunch.
Further down Hjørundfjord is the hamlet of Sæbø, our destination for the day. We jump on the water for the final stretch; finally, after we round the final headland at flatneset marking the entrance to Sæbø Bay our kayaks come to a stop in harbor at Sagafjord hotel, our destination.
Ålesund, an Art Nouveau ‘New Style’ City is the gateway to Norway’s famous western fjords and the mountains of Sunnmøre. Here majestic fjords have cut their path deep into the Sunnmøre Alps, creating a surreal landscape that is both awe-inspiring and breathtaking. This is an area of raw natural beauty with snow capped mountains, towering granite walls, thundering waterfalls,mountain ledge farms, flowering fruit trees, and quaint villages tucked into small protective bays.
The fjords of Sunnmøre invite to adventure, their charming villages have hosted adventure travelers for generations. Deep in the fjords, where the mountains finally block the sea from penetrating further westward; thundering waterfalls rush down granite walls that climb up 1500m marking the entrance to the famous Jotunheimen Mountain Range.