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Here at Wenche´s, at Kokkeplassen, your senses and soul can be replenished. Together we can create a delightful evening.
The Pilgrims’ Route to Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim consists of approximately 2,000 kilometres of different pilgrimage roads in Norway. Along the Gu...
Helt Rått serves real sushi made fresh on-site from quality ingredients.
On the menu you find sushi, maki and a selection of hot Japanese, Chinese a...
The Rullestadjuvet Gorge is a dramatic and beautiful part of the Åkrafjord area which is well worth a visit. It is accessable by car and/or by foot....
Experience the Cultural Heritage of a fjord landscape inaccessible by road
The tour starts at Teigland with a short boat journey to the sunny side of t...
Marked path from Skromme. 30 minute walk from the bridge by the E-134 highway. Steep but fenced on the uppermost stretch. A deep hole in the rock face...
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The route starts at the information board in Saurdal at the top of the Saurdal road and is marked with red and white markings and stone cairns. The route goes through mountain valleys, along water courses and to mountain tops.
First walk along route 5 towards Munkeggi (NB do not take the turn off to Hanevikelvi) until you come to a sign towards Hanevikstølen. From here take the old path into the Saurdal valley.
At the outlet of Målsnesvatnet lake the path continues over the bridge and towards Hanevikstølen, a summer farm which was in use until 1955.
From Hanevikstølen follow a path up over the mountain side and on towards the plateau between Storevarden and Bukkaberg. Here you can choose to take a detour up to Storevarden.
In Fagradalen you meet route 9 which takes you further to Spenane (1136m) and Raudmelen (972m) and from there on route 7 down to Balestrand.
Or you can of course choose to go back to Saurdal.
For the slightly more ambitious, follow the Nidelva river soutwards from the Nelaug train station with direction Arendal, through hilly forests.
The town museum is located in a magnificent merchant’s house built in 1805.