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View Points in our destination you can reach by car or train. (On the many hikingtrips it is lots of viewpoints)
STIGASTEIN - NEW VIEWPOINT-PLATFORM -FV-243 Aurlandsvegen - the Mountain road between Aurland and Lærdal -
7 km from the center of Aurland.
From Lærdal 40 km. 1300 m above s.l. - down to the Aurlandsfjord.
LÅVISBERGET - FV50 - Carroad between Aurland and Hol - about 18 km from the centre of Aurland or 76 km from Hagafoss/Hol.
About 600 m above s.l. - view to Aurland/Aurlandsfjord.
STALHEIM - E16 - 10 km from Gudvangen/ from Voss 37 km.
Stalheimskleivi-road with its steep hairpin bends - the difference on altitude is 1: 5 - build in 1842 to 1949. Open May-Oct.
VATNAHALSEN - Stop on the Flåm railway before Myrdal station. Hiking-/bikingroad - viewpoint to the Flåm valley.
HEDLER - 1 km from Lærdal Centre. Lovely view of the village, the river and the fjord.

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View Points in our destination you can reach by car or train. (On the many hikingtrips it is lots of viewpoints) STIGASTEIN - NEW VIEWPOINT-PLATFORM...

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