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Galdhøpiggen is Norways and North-Euopes highest mountain peak with it's 2.469 metres above sealevel. Galdhøpiggen is also one of Jotunhimen's easiest peaks to climb. You can reach the peak either alone on a marked path or within a guided group.
Start: At the information board in Saurdal (Euref- koordinat: x518190 y365640)
Besseggen is Norways second most hiked walk and has a special place in norwegian culture and outdoor tradition. The spectacular walk on the ridge between the Bessvatn and the Gjende lake is of intermediate difficultay and takes 7 to 9 hours.
August - September
On this walking tour you will get a great panorama of the Mørkrid- valley , Åsetelake with mountain huts and the well known peaks of the West-Jotunheimen. You pass the waterfall Drivandefossen close by the path.
Tougher hike than Gaustatoppen. However, you will get a great view towards Gaustatoppen and Tuddal.The trip is about 3 km and takes about 2 hours each way
Hulderhola is a 15 meter deep cave on the east side of Stavsro - where the trail up to Gaustatoppen starts. The trip is about 4 km and takes about 1.5 hours one way.
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This majestic geographical legacy rises 1000 m above the Lysefjorden, and is a real natural beauty. Admire an astonishing view over the fjord or take a walk to the top of Kjeragbolten for an adrenaline boost.
Grytenuten is a high summit to be located so far out towards the coast. It therefore has a trully splendid view over most of Ryfylke, Haugalandet,...
Hike for tough people! The Flørli stairs have 4.444 steps and is one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. The staircase follows the...
Trysilfjellet Mountain (1132 masl) is the most popular hiking destination in Trysil. When the weather is clear you can enjoy stunning views from the...
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