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Moderately demanding walking (no climbing or scrambling) ascent. Highly rewarding view from the summit towards Jotunheimen and Valdres.
Take a trip through one of the most rugged, harsh and spectacular coastal landscapes in Norway. At times Golta lies dormant, with nothing more threatening than a light breeze, but at times it unleashes a furious inferno of wind, raging seas and 15 meter high waves.
Walk along the tidal promenade in Straumen, Inderøy, guided by Strømnes.
You stretch your legs along the 400-meter tidal promenade. Along the way you...
A walk around Straumen, guided by Strømnes!
Join Strømnes for a guided walk taking you over the 50-year-old Grade II listed Straumbrua/Straum bridge t...
Promenade with Mrs Schärer - Strømnes, Inderøy
The Missus at Strømnes - the 150 year old Mrs. Schärer – takes the group on a promenade in Straumen....
The area called Hareidlandet, between Hareid and Ulstein, offers numerous hikes in a varied terrain. Two of the most popular routes are:
The peak Nysæternakken in the Ørskogfjell mountains offers a short but easy accessible hike of apx 1,3 kilometers. The trail is a bit steep up from the...
The mountains in Ørskog make up the border between the Sunnmøre and Romsdal regions, and both the Ørskog mountain and the Vaksvik mountain are used for...
The coastal path in Røyken, from Slemmestad to Sætre is 30 km. Most of the route is on tarmac but some stretches are less accessible. Good footwear is...
The coastal footpath in Hurum provides the opportunity to walk along the fjord and experience both local culture and the natural environment, on the...