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Gråfjellsveden and Borgåsen
Marked trail to Gråfjellsveden and Borgåsen south of Rudjord on Western Lista. Gråfjellsveden is a coastal signal that was...
Take the road from Høyanger village to Siplo skiing Centre, continue to the dam. You start by the dam. (600 m.a.s)
The first leg to the first cairn is...
Falkenuten/Falkeriset is Rauland's most popular hike and is a family-friendly hike through beautiful scenery with panoramic views of Hardangervidda, Ga...
This is a route well suited for families with small children. The starting point for this walk is the car park at Bergset, at the end of the road in Krundalen, Jostedalen-
May - July
September - October
A steep hike in a south-facing, sunny location, and the chance to swim in a mountain reservoir if you are feeling especially bold. The hike to Haugafjellstølen is popular with residents of Gjerde who like to keep in shape. The shieling is sheltered from the wind, but still offers great views. Until 1952 it was a hive of activity in the summer, with dairymaids milking cattle and making cheese. The shieling buildings and grazing sheep are a reminder of those days.
Two great highlights of the hiking in Norway. Selfguided. This is the trip for those who want to enjoy the view from the famous peaks.
Price per person in double room
from NOK 4500,-
Extra for single room NOK 840, -
Specialist in cycling, skiing and hiking holidays. Provides pre-packed bicycle tours throughout Norway, and hiking with luggage transport, with or without a guide
Ever wondered how Norwegians stay so fit? Part of the reason may be that we love hiking in the mountains, but why is that so? It may be the breathtaking views, the feeling of accomplishment, or simply the reward of impressing your friends with that awe-inspiring mountain-top selfie!