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The hike starts from Soget, over the Sogebridge, following a tractor road to the left. After 100 meters one follows a steep, marked path through wood...
Park your car at Dyranut on the “roof of Norway”- the Hardangervidda.
Follow the marked trail to the self-service cabin Kjeldebu, approx. 3h. The...
Start at Halne, follow a narrow pass and then the marked footpath from Stigstuv and Dyranut. Follow the footpath following the signs to Krækkja, past...
Høgfjellet, 680 meters above sea level, is one of the highest peak in the outer part of Tingvoll Municipality. It has a relatively steady steep incline on a large part of the trip up. From the top you get an amazing view especially towards the Tingvoll fjord and towards Gjemnes.
This is a great hike suitable for families in easy terrain. Especially for those who are interested in bird-watching, or fishing. When you walk...
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Starting from the ski cabin at Øyjorda near Straume, your trip can run across Rundtuva and Øyjordheia to Veggfjellet and Skredtinden (442 mas). The...
Turn off from Rv 85 at the crossroad to Osvolldalen (signposted), about 5 km south of the Sortland bridge. Follow the gravel road to the...
The path up to the Te-hytta starts approx. 6 km from the center of Rauland in the direction Haukeligrend on Rv 362. You will find a small parking lot...
The horizontal potholes at Brufjell were created during the Ice Age some 20.000 years ago when the sea level was higher. The potholes lie horizontally 20 meters above sea level and are of various sizes and some are so big that people can climb inside them.
Length: ca. 6 km one way
Duration: ca. 2−2,5 hrs up
Hight difference: ca. 550 meters
Suitable for children: medium
Parking: From the West: At Sørre...
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