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Extreme Cycling in Norway, Sauna and Hot Tub Included

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Extreme Cycling in Norway, Sauna and Hot Tub Included

August 28, 2013

Not for the faint of heart: the Canvas Hotel, featuring extreme cycling in Norway. Founded by a Norwegian mountain bike enthusiast, the resort offers guided biking (for all levels) throughout the neighboring granite hills and forests. After a day of biking, guests can enjoy one of the portable soaking tubs or take a quick dip in the lake before retiring to the comfort of a yurt. Bare bones luxe, duly earned. For more, go to Canvas Hotel.

Above: One of several portable hot tubs for soaking at the end of the day.

Above: Mountain bikes at the ready.

Above: The interior of one of the wool-lined yurts that sit on wooden platforms covered in rugs.

Above: Each yurt comes with its own wood burning stove.

Above: The communal dining yurt.

Above: The table set for dinner.

Above: The surrounding granite terrain.

See Earn Your Wildnerness Stripes at the Minam River Lodge if wildness adventure and a wood-fired hot tub strike your fancy.

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