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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 next...
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 throug...
Enjoy truly magnificent and dramatic fjordland scenery and hiking trails in Hardangerfjord.
This five-day tailor-made holiday takes you to the specta...
This is a trip into a different world. For glacier hikes Hardanger is the perfect place. From Jondal: Folgefonni Glacier Team.
Folgefonni Glacier Tea...
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 t...
The Buerbreen glacier in Odda is a part of the Folgefonna glacier. The marked trail through Buerdalen takes you all the way up to the edge of the glac...
The hike from Steinstø to Bjørke is in Fyksesund Landscape Park, with several trails and a free hiking map. The ascent from Steinstø to Bjørke is about...
Map: Statens Kartverk ”Røldal” 1 : 50 000
Start- and endingpoint: The Elvers lake by the old road over the Røldal mountains....
Stretching 179 km from the North Sea, the Hardangerfjord is familiarly known as the ‘orchard of Fjord Norway’ as its waters are lined with an abundance of fruit trees and farms. Majestic mountains and roaring waterfalls complete this natural paradise.
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The trail through Husedalen valley is one of the most beautiful hikes in Norway. Four stunning waterfalls in succession on the way from Kinsarvik to Ha...