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Altitude difference: 90–300 metres
Estimated time: 2 hours there and back
Walking map: Etne – Saudafjella 1:100 000
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The path to Årdalsknapen starts at Neset Camping. The first part is rather steep. the path runs through wooded areas and up above the tree line (762 m....
Gloppefoss is one of the highest waterfalls in the Setesdal Valley, with a great flow of water through the whole summer season.
An exciting and in part a rugged hike in the "wilderness" for the entire family, close to the centre.
Park in the centre of Ål, and walk past the Po...
This part of the trail is generally easy and straightforward to go , but can be hilly someplaces . Langesund is well worth a visit before heading out onto the trail.
4 km hike in forest terrain with great view. This hike is close to the centre of Ål and you can see it when standing in the centre. A birds-eye view o...
This great trail around Skeikampen shows the varied nature that it has to offer. The trail is suitable for most people.
The Skeikampen Rundt trail is around 8 km long, over gently sloping terrain. The trail shows the different sides of Skei, from forest and bare rock to the highest point, with fantastic views of the mountain wilds. From here you can see Jotunheimen in the far north-west and Rondane to the north. The white peaks clearly stand out from the rest.
Helgafossen is a great trail specially tailored to families at Skeikampen. The round trip covers around 4 km of flat terrain.
It takes about 1.5 hours from start to finish, unless you decide to linger at the waterfall. The terrain makes for easy walking and before you get to the Skeiselva river, you can hear it far off in the distance. In the old days, guests used to bathe in the river and at Helgafossen there was even a bathing hut so that guests could change into their swimming costumes with their modesty intact.