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Read more: Gamlastovo Gardsrestaurant (farmhouse restaurant) Photo: Arne Fykse

Steinstø

Gamlastovo Gardsrestaurant (farmhouse restaurant)

Home-made traditional food - game, fish, lamb from Hardanger, fruit and berries. Sigrun and Arne offer their guests a guided tour of the farm and a...
Read more: Special offer: Stay three nights at Røldal Overnatting Photo: Røldal Overnatting

Røldal

Special offer: Stay three nights at Røldal Overnatting

Røldal is well known for its excellent skiing and off-piste areas. Røldal Skiing Resort - "The deepest snow in Europe" is open from mid-December to...
3 nights in Røldal from £ 159 per person in appartment
Read more: Ullensvang Church Photo: Reisemål Hardanger Fjord/Per Eide

Lofthus

Ullensvang Church

Lofthus. Built in stone, gothic architecture from about 1250, "The church on the tongue of land". Painter Bernhard Greve has made the stained glass...
Read more: Folgefonna National Park - 10 Iconic Walks Photo: Hardangerfjord

Jondal

Folgefonna National Park - 10 Iconic Walks

Equipped with the crampons, ice axe and rope issued to you, draw in over the white glacier and search for high ice towers, azure blue glacial water...
Read more: Herand Kulturhistoriske Senter Photo: Ane Bysheim

Herand

Herand Kulturhistoriske Senter

The "Reise gjennom 9000 år" exhibition shows the changes in the landscape in Herand from the last ice age up to the last century. The authentic...
Read more: Kramsjø

Jondal

Kramsjø

Outdoor adventure, cafe and lodging. Local food from Hardanger. 30 beds in historic buildings from the 1830’s in Herand. Waterskiing, windsurfi ng,...
Read more: Folgefonni Glacier Team Photo: Desire Weststrate

Jondal

Folgefonni Glacier Team

Folgefonni Glacier Team will take you on a walk on one of Norway`s coastal glaciers. If you are physically fit and over 12 years of age, Folgefonni...
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Read more: Self-guided walking holiday to the Hardangerfjord

Lofthus

Self-guided walking holiday to the Hardangerfjord

That 7-night holiday to the Hardangerfjord offers the perfect opportunity to explore this remarkable region on foot. Marked walking trails, to suit...
Prices from £1,569 per person, based on 2 people sharing
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  • Easy
  • Medium
Duration
  • several days
Landscape
  • Forest
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