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Ornes

Urnes Farm

Urnes Farm can offer accommodation in restored farm houses. You can live in Eldhuset, the apartment in Gamlefjøsen, in rooms with 2 single beds or in the Guest House.

Skjolden

Gjerseggi

This hike is offering a view against the Fortun valley and the mountains on the opposite side You can also see the disused mountain farms Fuglesteg and Furåsen from here.
Effort level
  • Medium
Duration
  • 3 hours
Landscape
  • Forest
Season:
May - October

Fortun

Furåsen

On this journey you will explore the disused mountain farm Furåsen. Nice view over the Fortun valley and the surrounded peaks.
Effort level
  • Challenging
Duration
  • 3 hours
Season:
May - October

Fortun

Fuglesteg

In Fuglesteg (translated: "The birds path") you`ll find a restored mountain farm with the buildings built in stone from the area. It is also a nice view from here down to Skjolden and to the mountain farm Gjerseggi.
Effort level
  • Challenging
Duration
  • 3 hours
Season:
May - October

Skjolden

Fjøsnastølen

On this walk you will experience a nice view over the Lusterfjord and the mountains of the southside of the fjord. In east you will see the hamlet Optun and the peak Fanaråken.
Effort level
  • Medium
Duration
  • 2 hours
Season:
May - October
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SOLVORN

Walaker Hotel

Adjacent to the fjord in the idyllic hamlet of Solvorn in the rural district of Luster lies the Walaker Hotel. The hotel, which has been passed down from generation to generation, is a charming family hotel and an attraction in itself. The hotel has been in the family's hands since 1690, and is the oldest family-run hotel in Norway, with a history of over 310 years.

Bøverdalen

Storhaugen Gard

The Storhaugen Farm is situated high and free at 2300 feet above sea level, enjoying fine views towards Bøverdalen and Jotunheimen. Storhaugen is a living farm, producing goats’ milk. Sheep and goats graze the surrounding moorland. In the farmyard there are ducks, geese, dogs and cats.
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