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Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal

Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Adam Read Visit Sørlandet Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Lyngdal Turistkontor Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Lyngdal Turistkontor Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Lyngdal Turistkontor
Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Adam Read Visit Sørlandet
Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Lyngdal Turistkontor
Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Lyngdal Turistkontor
Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal Photo: Lyngdal Turistkontor
Standing on the top of the waterfall at Skrelia your eyes will follow the veil of water from the mountain top to the fjord below. You are in for a fantastic view! This is the place to go hiking to see the polished mountain meet the ocean!

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Skrelia is the most recommended area for hiking in Lyngdal. The mountain is only 350 meters high but the terrain can easily be associated with the highlands. The wonderful view combined with the view of the waterfall running down the polished mountain, makes a remarkable view. This is an easy terrain for hiking. There are many inviting small lakes for hikers who need to cool down. There are many marked trails in this open terrain, and they are of various lengths. There are trails for most people and most are on polished mountains. Some places you may need to cross brooks and areas of marsh and heather. Heather is Norway’s national flower. The shortest trail starts at the parking lot and goes straight to the waterfall. The hike takes about 10 minutes. You may use this trail as the starting point to the other marked trails in the area. Expect to spend 2-3 hours through Rassveda, around Sandvann and Homsø. Here you will find an exceptional viewpoint. At this location you may see the ruins of an old fortress dating back to 500 A.D. It is also possible to walk down the mountain alongside the waterfall all the way to the fjord. On the way you will notice remnants of earlier mills and sawmills. Direction: From the town centre of Lyngdal follow the road to Åpta. Drive 3 km to you see the sign “Skrelia”. From here it is 9 km on a curvy gravel road to the parking lot. You cannot miss it! From the parking lot walk 50 meters to the gate that marks the beginning of the trails to Skrelia. The trails are marked with red/ yellow paint directly on the mountain. Hiking to Skrelia is reviewed in the book ”Oppdag Lister” from 2009. For other hikingareas in Lyngdal, please contact Lyngdal Touristinformation.
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Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal

Skrelia is the most recommended area for hiking in Lyngdal. The mountain is only 350 meters high but the terrain can easily be associated with the...

Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal

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