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Utne

Utne Hotel

Enjoy nice meals in fantastic surroundings. At Utne Hotel you find long traditions for food and serving. The hotel is one of the oldest hotels in...
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Lofthus

Stay and hike in Lofthus at Hotel Ullensvang

In Ullensvang municipality there is a wide range of beautiful and marked trails available.  One of the highlights is the old trail up to Nosi, with...
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Utne

Utne Hotel

Utne Hotel is one Norway's oldest hotel in continual operation, licensed since 1722. It was founded in 1722 by Sergeant Børsem, who was granted...
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Lofthus

Ullensvang Gjesteheim

Good, homemade food based on Norwegian tradition and traditional dishes from Hardanger. The restaurant can house up to 45 persons, and we serve all...
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Lofthus

Ullensvang Gjesteheim

Small and comfortable bedrooms with good standard, with warm and cold water in each room. Two common showers & toilets in the hall. We have 7 single...
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Kinsarvik

Nosi/Munketreppene

Trail up to the viewingpoint Nosi 950 m asl. 4-6 h. Woodland trail from Lofthus to the peak of Nosi, approx. 950 m above sea level. At a height of...
Effort level
  • Challenging
Duration
  • 4 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Forest
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Lofthus

Edvard Grieg's Composer's Cabin

The composer Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) occasionally lived at Lofthus and composed many of his most renowned works here. His composer?s cabin is...
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Lofthus

The Monk Steps

Forest road/path from Lofthus to Nosi (950 m.a.s.l.). This is one of the gateways to Hardangervidda. At 650-700 metres are the monk steps made of...
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