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Seljord

Bruredynnan

Bruredynnan is at the eastern tip om Seljord Lake by Rondebersåsane. Here we find the remains of 6-7000 year old stone paintings that are believed to r...

Seljord

Hanakamjuvet (Rooster Comb Gulley)

Until the 1860`s malm was transported by sledge on a small horsepath that goes up the valley on the north side of Hanakamjuvet. In 1866 a road was fina...

Skien

Børsesjø Natur Reserve, SKIEN

Børsesjø is located at the northern end of Gjerpensdalen, and is a protected nature reserve. Over 210 varieties of birds are to be found here and the...

Nissedal

Potholes

Since the ice-age, rocks and gravel have been swirling around on the riverbanks and formed big potholes.

Rjukan

The mountain Gaustatoppen

The mountain road over Gaustatoppen between Rjukan and Tuddal is a spectacular scenic experience.

Rjukan

Hardangervidda

Hardangervidda is the largest national park in Norway, and the scenery is varied with steep mountainsides and spectacular views.

Fyresdal

Våmur View Point

Våmur is situated between Fyresdal town centre in the north and Kilegrend in the south. As Fyresvatn stretches as a fjord through the landscape with its steep mountain sides and polished mountain bergs, travellers along the road will feel like they’re in Western Norway.

Seljord

Mount Bjørge

In Bjørgefjell you can choose from a number of different footpaths through the cultural landscape. The lower part of the route is graded easy to medium, while the final ascent to the top of Mount Bjørgefjell is steeper and more challenging. There are numerous idyllic spots along the way where you can stop, rest and enjoy the panoramic views of Lake Seljordsvatnet.

Flatdal

Galleri Nutheim

Gallery Nutheim was opened in 1978. The Gallery exhibits art by local artists. Nutheim Guest House accommodates bus groups and other groups for meals and a look through the art gallery.
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