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Accessible activities

  1. jente i rullestol i Bø Sommarland
    Scandinavia's largest waterpark, Bø Sommarland, is one of Telemark's most visited attractions with more than 20 different pools and slides.
    1. jente kjører tilrettelagt zipline i klatreparken i Skien fritidspark
      The climbing park in Skien fritidsparken has 7 different trails in different levels of difficulty, from easy trails to more challenging trails.
    2. father and son in a wheelchair in the swimming pool in Skien leisure park
      Skien leisure park offers various activities that are well adapted for people with varying degrees of disability.
    3. dame i solseng i badeland i Skien fritidspark
      In Skien fritidspark water park offers fun and excitement for young and old. Here you can frolic in 6 different pools and dive from 7.5 meters if you dare!
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    4. liten jente som klatrer i Høyt og lavt klatrepark i Bø
      Experience the world from the treetops through 119 obstacles in 7 courses with a total of 18 ziplines of varying length and degree of difficulty.

    Accessible accommodation

    Pods at Bø Camping and cottage village

    First Camp Bø - Telemark

    Bø Camping is a child-friendly campsite located at the foot of the Lifjell mountains and the gateway to Bø Sommarland.

    sandy beach at Norsjø Ferieland

    First Camp Norsjø - Telemark

    Unique location by lake Norsjø with own wakeboard course. Experience the Telemark Canal, Bø Sommarland, Norsjø Golf. Unique activities…

    Canoeing on the Telemark Canal at First Camp Lunde - Telemark

    First Camp Lunde - Telemark

    Idyllic campground close by the Telemark Canal in Lunde, Telemark. Tent, caravan, or mobile home camping. Rental of canoes, cayaks and…

    Accessible walking trails

    1. viewing circle to the tree top walk at the top of Hamaren
      Hamaren is a walking trail by Lake Fyresvatn that is universally designed and suitable for pedestrians, cyclists, prams and wheelchairs.
    2. hiking trail that goes past a lake at the ski leisure park
      The area around Skien fritidspark is an eldorado for hiking in summer and beautiful, groomed ski slopes in winter.
    3. Skotfoss trail in Skien
      The Skotfoss trail is a 3.7 km cultural trail, with start at Løveid locks in Skien.
    4. The whole trip takes just under one hour at a leisurely pace. The tour is suitable for both families with children and elderly people. Most of the trail is suitable for wheelchair users.
    5. City hike along the river Måna and through the city.
      Charming roundtrip in the town centre of Rjukan
    6. The water adventure children and lady
      This route is out of the ordinary and gives you the chance to team up with our superhero Sildre – a happy little water droplet – on the hunt for the villainous Waterpire Surkula who is trying to pollute our countryside.