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By following the Finnskogleden trail, stretching 240 km through Finnskogen, you will get to know more about the Finnish immigrants who settled in the...
Vik i Sogn
The hike to the old mountain summer farm Vatnane follows the historical cattle trail taking them to their summer grazing areas in the mountains. Have a...
There are 3,5 km with floodlit gravel walks that are frequently used by joggers. The area consists of spruce and pine forrests which provide shelter o...
The hike starts from Soget, over the Sogebridge, following a tractor road to the left. After 100 meters one follows a steep, marked path through wood u...
The trip starts at Hestnes, on the southern side of Hafslovatnet. Follow the path along the water, before you cross the main road, and continue up to...
Ryes vei 3,9 km one way. Path/road beneath the cable car Krossobanen. The elevation is 500 metres, divided on 21 curves. Ryes vei kan be walked in comb...
The Buerbreen glacier in Odda is a part of the Folgefonna glacier. The marked trail through Buerdalen takes you all the way up to the edge of the glac...
Hiking.Tokke has many well marked paths ranging from 3-4-km to 12-15 km, often passing by various cultural memorials. The paths can be found in the lo...
This tour goes to the roadless orchards and hayfields in Legene. Some places are a little rough, but there is no steep sections.
One hot panorama
In the old days if there was ever danger afoot, people would often light a bonfire on the summit of Ytrehornsnakken. The view from the top will certainly ignite the passions of those who take the trip today.
Ytrehornsnakken was a "veteplass" in old times, which basically means that due to its open views and the fact that it was relatively easily accessible by forest, this summit was an appropriate place to warn people of danger by lighting a bonfire. Nowadays people still alert their friends and neighbours from the top, from their phones or cameras with tempting panorama pictures of Nordfjord’s nature at its best. The hike up is easy, just under 450 meters up from Grodås by Hornindalsvatnet (Hornindals Lake). An ideal place to ignite the hiking flame for the younger climbers.