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Beside Stedje Church, one find a 1.89 meter high and 0.39 meter wide runestone from around 1100s. Runologists have interpreted the writings as: "King...
Take a short hike along southern wooden houses and narrow paths, walk on sandy beaches and the pebbled beach, and see the view towards the lighthouses.
Rallarvegen, the old works road alongside the Bergen Railway and the Flåm Railway (Haugastøl – Finse - Myrdal - Flåm) is Norway’s most popular cycle ride. The route is 80 kilometres long and passes through spectacular scenery that takes you all the way from the high mountains down to the fjord. You can rent bicycles at Haugastøl, Finse and Flåm, and pleasant accommodation is available several places along the route.
The trails around the Granestua area close to Arendal offers long and short trails suitable for everyone, even a path perfect for prams and wheelchairs.
Small and almost untouched areas with special habitats or fauna of high scientific value are usually protected as nature reserves. This is the strictest form of protection that can be applied. Within the Sognefjord area there are several nature reserves, for instance bird and wetland reserves such as the Hafslovatnet lake (Luster), Bøyaøyra (Sogndal), Vetlefjordsøyra (Balestrand) and Grånåsmyrane (Aurland). The Skogteigen coniferous forest reserve in Luster, established in 1914, is the oldest nature reserve in Norway. The Nigardsbreen nature reserve (Luster) is connected to the Jostedalsbreen National Park and is probably one of Norway’s best-known nature reserves.
This is one of the most accessible glaciers, where you can peer into the blue ice at very close range, and everyone above the age of five can join guides on glacier walks.
Route 55 across the Sognefjell mountain area between Luster and Lom is the highest and most impressive mountain pass in Northern Europe (highest point 1430 meters), and it has been awarded the status of National Tourist Route because of the spectacular and wild mountain scenery it passes through in the Jotunheimen National Park.
It is permitted to use most types of fishing equipment in the mountains. Many people use otter boards for fishing in mountain lakes, but most prefer to...
Tvedestrand offers a coastal path in old cultural landscape and idyllic old settlements along the sea. The path is marked, and leads to a great view.
This spectacular cycle route is connected to the Sognefjord Cycle Route in Hafslo. From there you can bike alongside the lakes - Hafslovatnet and the Veitastrondsvatnet, all the way to Veitastrond and the glacier area.