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Walk through varied terrain to Trodla-Tysdal - the region's most remote active farm. Wild and beautiful setting. Here you can spend the night as well!
Kvisletoppen (780 m.a.s.l.) is the top station of Brokke Alpinsenter, surrounded by a magnificent terrain ideal for summer and winter activities. There...
Go hiking in varied terrain on the old road from Tovdal over to Skjeggedal in Åmli, Southern Norway. A long time ago, this was the only road to Skjeggedal.
Hardbakkhytta is a self-service cabin on top of Hardbakkfjellet. The cabin is located high and open at a small pond with a great view in all directions. To the south you can see a continuous mountain range from the Trollheimen in the east to the Romsdal mountains to the west.
The Pilgrims' Way through Gudbrandsdalen offers a varied cultural landscape rich in adventures and history. With Lillehammer as starting point, the route leads through the municipalities of Lillehammer, Øyer, Ringebu, Sør-Fron, Nord-Fron and Sel to Otta, and it then continues across Dovrefjell mountain.
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.
The Hove-Spornes area is part of a protected moraine that lies along the southern coast, and is adapted for walks with resting places along the shore.
The region's most popular recreation area all year round, 12 km from Molde on the RV 64 road. Good walking trails, running tracks, orienteering,...
Fånefjell – Bygland
Starting point is the southern entrance of the Fånefjell tunnel on highway 9.
From the parking you may follow the old road upwar...
Folgefonna National Park
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Drive up the Gjetingsdalen road to Bakke, ther...