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Hiking in Sirdal

Hiking in Sirdal Photo: sirdal.no
Hiking in Sirdal Photo: sirdal.no

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In Sirdal you will find stunning terrain for hiking, perfect for short hikes aswell as longer trips in to the remote mountains.

A comprehensive guidebook available from Kvæven Tourist Information provides detailed tour descriptions, maps and GPS coordinates to guide you along on the different walks. There are twelve hikes of different lengths and difficulties and guide descriptions to seven of Sirdals most beautiful summits.

Trip suggestion: Kjerag

Kjerag or Kiragg is a Norwegian mountain, located in Lysefjorden, in Rogaland. Its highest point is 1110 m above sea level, but its northern drop to Lysefjorden is the main attraction. The drop is 984 m (3,228 ft) and is just next to the famous ''Kjeragbolten', a 5 m³ big stone which is plugged between two rocks. You can reach Kjerag by following the marked trail from Øygardstøl, near Lysebotn. The hike is taxing but the view is worth it!!
Estimated time: 5 hrs return

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In Sirdal you will find stunning terrain for hiking, perfect for short hikes aswell as longer trips in to the remote mountains. A comprehensive...

Hiking in Sirdal

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