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River Kayaking with Voss Elvepadling

Voss offers world-class conditions for river kayaking. Voss Elvepadling have over 15 years' experience in offering courses in river kayaking from beg...


Hallet Grøne (round trip) Hiking through historical landscape

Location: Røldal Map:  Statens Kartverk ”Røldal”   1 : 50 000    Start- and endingpoint:  The Elvers lake by the old road over the Røldal mountains....
Effort level
  • Medium
  • 4 hours
  • Mountain
June - August


Fjordkick Feriehus - Bike rental

Explore Hyllestad by bike. With small, idyllic country roads and little traffic this area is perfect for bicycling. Fjordkick Holiday Home have bikes...


Sea kayaking around Smøla

Visit Smøla and experience the ocean at close hand. On sea kayaks, we glide into a fantastic world surrounded by hundreds of islands. The main island...


Motødna – Mostølen

The trail from Mo up to Motødna is steep and narrow – and in some places quite "airy". You shouldn't be scared of heights going up this route. But the reward at the top is a magnificent view of Mo, Otterstad and the Mo fjord.


Nedstavatnet og Skavlabu

The trail to Nedstavatnet is an old road used to take the farm animals up to the mountain grazing land in the summer. Today it is a popular trail taking you to the top of the Kvernhus waterfall with a great view of the Mofjord.


Hiking trail Otterstad – Helland

A walk along the river. In Modalen you'll find a path stretching from the Mo Fjord to the mountain village Nygard – the first stretch on a well kept forest road along the Mo River.



The name Sollidstølen means "the mountain farm on the sunny hillside", and the area is still used as summer grazing for the sheep at Farestveit . This is an easy hike which takes about 40 minutes.



Otterstadstølen is a very picturesque mountain farm situated in a nature reserve. The forest surrounding the farm is the most western growing natural spruce forest in Norway. This is an easy hike which takes about 45 minutes.
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