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Eplet Bed & Apple is a small & friendly guesthouse and a small scale applejuice farm. Eplet is located in Solvorn, a village at the head of Sognefjor...
From the car park at Brunestegen, walk for about 200 meters on the road you came from, until you see the sign Brunen/ Kvigedalen. Follow the marked pat...
From the car park at Brunestegen, follow the sign to Skår. Walk over Skårsriver, and take to the right at the path crossing in Havåsen. Walk along the...
The hike starts at Øvrebø, with steep terrain up to Huarplassen. The view is magnificent! There are no dangerous areas.
At Huarplassen one can either...
Come along on a biking and hiking tour through the enchanting natural- and cultural landscapes of the Mørkrid valley, and get close to the impressive...
Cross Country ski center in Sognafjell, along road 55 between Lom and Luster.Sognefjellet Sommarskisenter AS is organizing cross country ski training a...
Join the local guides to explore the blue ice world of the Tunsbergdal glacier, who is placed in the end of the Sognefjord. This is the longest glacier arm in Norway.
In small groups we travel trough remote areas of the Jostedal Glacier National Park, were we rarely meet other groups
The ski lift at Heggmyrane, Hafslo, is one of the longest in the country and will lead to lots of tracks. Ski lifts 1845 meters / 51meters. Ski lift for children 250 meters / 50 meters. Lighting of the tracks 1400 meters. Super G 2600 meters. Fine conditions for snowboarding. Possibilities for rental of equipment.
Start on the gravel road at Raa by E39. Walk along the road aboute 1 km until you get to a sign showing a road to the left leading into dence woods. At...
The route starts at the cable car mount at Sagi. The cable car was used to transport goods up to the plateau above the waterfall. From here the path goes along the old routes towards the mountain farms at Tennfossen. The cable car mount at the plateau is a good place for a stop for a rest and enjoy the view over the fjord. At Tennfossen there were three farms, the last was abandoned in 1970. The watercourse in the valley is protected and the whole valley is free of any technical interventions giving unique views of the many waterfalls.
The path flattens as it arrives in Stordalen and the river winds like a serpent through the valley.
The path crosses the watercourse on a bridge to Tenndalsstølen, a summer farm owned by the Lindane and Sæle farms. The route follows the east side of the Stordalen valley. At the end you have to wade over the river and follow the trail through the birch woods up to Hesjedalen and the mountain farm there. Here route 3 meets route 2 coming up from Nessadalen.