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The Kverrvilljuvet is a fascinating gorge of the river Hølera.
Length: ca. 2,5 km one way
Duration: ca. 1−1,5 hrs up
Hight difference: ca. 300 meter...
The area between Eidsfoss waterfalls and Gloppefjord is renowed for good salmon fishing. Many of the promising salmon holes have English names from the...
Dovre-Sunndalsfjella National Park is known for its rich flora and wild-reindeer population, part of Europe’s last remaining population of tundra reindeer. There are also thriving populations of wolverine and musk oxen in the area.
Reinheimen National Park is the second-largest undisturbed natural area in southern Norway, and this extremely diverse mountain area is characterised by untouched wilderness.
Dovre National Park is a core area for Norwegian mountain flora. In contrast to Rondane National Park, Dovre National Park has high-nutrient bedrock, promoting the growth of lush vegetation and a diversity of plant and animal species.
The Comedy Box is proud to announce that we will do Stand Up aLive again in 2015! Saturday 26th September is the day that Stavanger Concert House will...
The Brenndalsbreen Glacier is an arm of the great Jostedalsbreen Glacier, and is situated in a side valley in Oldedalen. The Brenndasbreen Glacier is t...
Vik i Sogn
Fresvikbreen is a glacier on the south side of Sognefjorden in Vik, Sogn og Fjordane. It lies between Setjedalen in the west, and Storedalen in the east, and is close to the village of Fresvik.
The glacier has an area of 15 km² and its highest point is 1648 metres above sea level. Fresvikbreen is the 23rd largest glacier on the Norwegian mainland.