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Among the fjords, through the valleys and on the mountains you find birds nesting in the summertime. We will walk on the biggest bird mountain in the area with beautiful view over Isfjorden.
850 meters above sea level you find the majestic mountain Trollsteinen. Enjoy the view and welcome for a hike!
The walk starts by the Urnes stave church.
To the left from the church, you will find an old cart track in good condition, leading to the farm Urne...
A fine and easy walk in the area high up in Jostedalen is the one up to the Norwegian Tourist Association (DNT) hut in Sprongdalen. The hut was built b...
A few hundred years ago this path was the main road between Jostedal and Lustrafjorden. Vigdalen was then a part of Dale and this path was the road to church. The path is called Bispevegen (The Bishop's road) after Bishop Johan Nordal Brun, who travelled this path when visiting Jostedalen. The year of passing and the first letters of his name are engraved in the mountain beneath Storhaug.
The trail through Husedalen valley is one of the most beautiful hikes in Norway. Four stunning waterfalls in succession on the way from Kinsarvik to Ha...
Want to experience the famous Preikestolen and Lysefjord, but not join the crowds? Get ready to get off the beaten track.
We will hike on a to the cro...
This walk has everything the most experienced hiker could want but requires fine and stable weather if it is to be an enjoyable experience. The walk is long and demanding and unsuitable for children.
August - September
Hike to Flerehei, where you can still find the remains of a dramatic plane crash! On 4 January 1946 a four-engined RAF bomber carrying eight crew crashed during a night training sortie on high ground in Lunde, Sirdal. The entire crew perished but remnants of the aircraft can still be found scattered around Flerehei.
This hike is a fairly strenuous one but the views and the discovery of scattered history at the summit is well worth it.
Visit the wonderful mountains where a troll (according to legend) lived! If you look closely you will find the footprints left by him on the road!
The children who used to tend the cattle here were told to be careful, especially in the dark or during thunderstorms. There is a place in the mountain that is said to be troll country and traces can be found, if you look closely. There is a troll's footprint named "Røsefoten". Infact, legend has it that the troll grew too tall and had to sit, which left a large imprint in the mountain. More markings are to be found in the valley, Tveit Hunnedalen. One in particular is said to be his large rope bag which has left an imprint on the mountainside.