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Starting point: Start on foot or take a taxi from Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping to the large rock by the barrier Hønedalen (3.8 km). The trail begins...
Sinnes Fjellstue is a modern and relaxing venue with a great view over the Sinnes Lake. This is a great place to stop whether you are interested in a...
Return by bus from Haughom.
Days: Wednesdays July 3th-July 31th
Time: 12 pm
Duration: 3 hrs
Prices: adult NOK 150/children NOK...
Starting Point: The walk starts at Lyseveien, park at the shepherd’s cabin in Grydalen valley where the path starts.
Description: The start of the...
This summer Tjørhomfjellet have a new and exciting offer! The chairlift will be open a certain amount of weekends during summer for downhill cyclists....
Starting Point: The walk begins at Støle Turisthytte.
Description: From the cabin, walk eastwards through Øyestøldalen to Øyestøl. Walk through the...
Kvævemoen Chapel was built in 1962. The original alter and stained glass was designed and made by Carrie Ryen. Later (1984) the...
Sirdal has a wealth of forests, providing superb locations for grouse hunting. 'Aktiv Villmark Opplevelse' offers grouse hunting expeditions in...
Nykhedlaren is a rock shelter on the west bank of Sirdalsvatnet, which is only accessible by boat. In earlier years it was used as a shelter for...
There are large numbers of moose, deer, hare, grouse and other large woodland fowl in the forests and mountains in Sirdal.
Hunting may be carried out...
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