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The Pilgrim Trail of Norway is a network of marked trails based on the pilgrimage tradition. The trails are connected to a number of exciting natural and cultural monuments associated with religious practices in the Middle Ages and with St. Olav.
Stranddalshytta mountain lodge is the pearl of the SVR Ryfylkeheiane nature reserve. It lies beautifully on the shores of a high mountain lake. In the summer months, it is fully serviced and a good bed and warm meal await you!
Imagine the experience when we are going without effort, hauled by dogs into the winter landscape whose only noise is a gentle effort-driven pant...
The idyllic village Bjørkedalen is renowned for its boatbuilding traditions. As far back as to the Viking era, boats have been built here, and today you can enjoy the proud Viking ships when you visit the Bjørkedalen Water.
Dalsfjorden is a good starting point for a lot of fantastic walks along old forest paths to Storlidsetra and Vassbakkedalen, as well as mountain hikes to Felden and Blæja. The fjord is also perfect for fishing and other recreational activities.
In Volda you can visit the beautiful village community Austefjorden. Here you'll find fantastic possibilities for fishing in the fjord, and for salmon...
Øye is the point of departure for mountain hikes to Slogen and Smørskredtindane, or wandering along the mossy paths of Norangsdalen. Excellent fishing...
The tourist village beside the Hjørundfjord has a very unusual hotel built right on the water's edge, two campingsites and the salmon river Bondalselva. Starting point for walks in valleys and to the summit of Skårasalen. Boat-trips for fishing and sightseeing on the fjord.
Experience fjords and mountains on a three-hour cruise to Osterfjord and the picturesque Mostraumen where boats are just able to pass through!
Join us for an hour’s walk through 300 years of mining history. The guided tour takes you through the Nyberget mine dating from the 17th century and the Olav’s Mine from the 20th century, descending 50 metres below ground and 500 m into the mountain before reaching the massive Miner’s Hall.