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Jendemsfjellet (633 m.a.s.l.) is almost like a huge pyramid in the southern Fræna, and from the top there is a great view over large parts of the...
The Trollkirka, Troll church, is no ordinary church as many may think, but an exciting marble and limestone cave in the mountains with underground...
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An easy walk in steep terrain with a nice overview over historical flood areas. The path is well marked and starts next to the flood mark after the...
Popular tour from the top of the Trollstigen road and up to Bispevatnet lake. The tour starts at 747 meters above sea level and has a total elevation...
Take a trip to Northern Europe's highest waterfall (297 meters free fall, a total of 655 meters) Mardalsfossen by Eikedalsvatnet in Romsdal. You can...
The area called Hareidlandet, between Hareid and Ulstein, offers numerous hikes in a varied terrain. Two of the most popular routes are:
This trip is dominated by a barren landscape and finding your bearings might be difficult and disorientating, despite this, the path is generally visible as it is a well walked path.
This hike is across a varied terrain and changing landscape which makes it a very interesting hke indeed!
The lush Blåstøldalen valley is a striking contrast to the barren mountains around Mount Kjerag. The day’s leg of the round trip passes Blåstølen, an excellent summer pasture farm where only the foundations of the farm remain as testimony to its past.
This walk takes you through several narrow valleys and you are, at times, surrounded by towering mountainsides. There is a greater variety of flora to be found here than on the other walks.
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