Bungee jumping at Gorsabrua Northern Norway
©Lyngenfjord Bungee Ørjan Bertelsen
Person watching another person doing a bungee jump near a waterfall
©Lyngenfjord Bungee Ørjan Bertelsen
Bungee jumping going on from a metal bridge over a deep canyon
©Ørjan Bertelsen Lyngenfjord Bungee

Bungee jumping from Gorsabrua

A bungee jump over a 153 meters deep canyon in Kåfjorddalen guarantee an adrenaline rush and nature experience beyond the ordinary: imagine jumping towards the roaring waterfall between the narrow gorge! This is a bungee jump we can not describe with words, you just have to try it yourself!

NB! Booking required: booking Lyngenfjord Bungee

Season: Mid June - End of September (weather dependent)
Also available for groups, be in touch with Lyngenfjord Bungee to book!

What to expect when doing a bungee jump in Gorsabrua?

Bungee jumping anywhere is an adrenaline-filled experience. In addition, in Gorsabrua, a bridge suspended over the 153 metres deep canyon, your breath is first taken away by the landscape along the walk from the parking place. When you get closer, the roaring sounds of the waterfall rushing to the bottom of the canyon get more pronounced, creating an atmosphere hard to beat. 

It is hard to put into words, what the bungee jump is like in Gorsabrua, you simply have to try it!


Gorsabrua bridge is one of the most visited locations in Northern Norway. It receives thousands of visitors every summer, and the bravest ones are here for the adrenaline-filled bungee jump experience.

The bridge itself is 53 metres long, connecting the two trails on both sides of the gorge. The bridge was brought to place by helicopter in 2011. The bridge has a great view to the gorge and the entire Kåfjord valley, including the old Ankerlia mines, not to mention the bird-eye view to one of Northern Europe's deepest canyon and its waterfalls.

How to get to Gorsabrua bungee jump?

The Gorsa Bridge is located up in the Kåfjord valley (E6). Whether coming from the north or south, exit the E6 at Birtavarre and drive into the Kåfjord valley. Then follow the signs towards the Gorsa Bridge. There is a small car park a little way up along the construction road to Guolas power plant - a well-marked 1.8 km long path leads to the bridge. There is a parking fee for the parking to be paid via the easypark app. Answers to frequently asked questions about parking in Kåfjorddalen can be found here.

Click here to see the parkinglot in google maps.

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