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Stord

Carwalk -Landåsen

Landåsen the place to relax and enjoy yourself! Terrain: See description below Distance: Different paths: Yellow 3.7km Green 4.6km Red 7.2km Blue 11....

Nesbyen

Skiing restaurant

Skistua is known for its good food and service. Catering and parties by request all year. Fully licensed. Elegant service building in the alpine cent...

Ustaoset

Dog Sledding

Geilo Dogsledding will show you the beautiful countryside from the dog sleeigh. We take you on a roundtrip for either five or ten km at the Ustedalsfjo...

Huglo

Carwalk -Huglo island

Huglo - a natural eldorado in Sunnhordland - lies furthest south of a group of small islands where Langenuen meets the Hardangerfjord. Terrain: Time:...

Røn

Bjerkeli Villmarksopplevelser

Join Bjerkeli Villmarksopplevelser into the great outdoors! We can give you and your friends, family and colleagues the ultimate outdoor experience....

Vinje

Ski Norway - Rauland, Telemark

Rauland, Telemark: Your new ski paradise in Norway In Rauland, Telemark you get three ski resorts on the same ski lift card! Ski one of Norways largest...

Røn

Bjerkeli Villmarksopplevelser - Dog sledding, overnight trips

Drive your own dog sledding team and stay overnight in a tent, a lavvo (a lappish kind of tipi) or huts. We offer two to five day trips. Please contact...

Kinn

Guided tour at Kinn Island

Pay a visit to the saga island of Kinn and immerse yourself in the history and delightful landscapes of this picturesque island with its medieval churc...

Kvinesdal

Varden, Hamreheia

On the top of Hamreheia in Varden is a popular hiking destination.

Kvinesdal

Hikes in Rørvikheia

From 1907 to today, this hiking trail was very central to the connection between east and west. Before the road was built between Flekkefjord and Lyngdalselva, people travelled here by boat across the bay to Feda.
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