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Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Geirangerfjord is one of the most scenically stunning of the Norwegian fjords. Measuring just 15 km long and with its clear waters, breathtaking waterfalls, fertile mountain ledges and prestine beauty, it is also one of the most visited.
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Take a walk in Rysstad Turpark, nature park, just south of the centre of Rysstad. The park is signposted from Highway 9. From the car park, a path lea...
The peak Nysæternakken in the Ørskogfjell mountains offers a short but easy accessible hike of apx 1,3 kilometers. The trail is a bit steep up from the...
Drive from Hemsedal center on road 52 to Tuv, take right to Grøndalen. Drive to Grøndalen. Follow the sign o Harahorn and the toll road further up to t...
Take the road to the left of Skogstad Hotell, after approx. 1,5 km there is a signpost with Steget on the right hand side. Follow the road and signpost...
Drive from Hemsedal center to Hemsedal Ski Centre, take the chair lift up. From the top of the lift follow the marked path to the peak. Easy trip - a...
Easy roundtrip at the roadless community at Mogen, Hardangervidda.
Charming roundtrip in the town centre of Rjukan
Enjoy high-mountain ambience down by the coast. The moorland and mountain area north and east of Holta, near Strand in Ryfylke, is a well-preserved coa...
Length: approx. 11 km round trip
Duration: approx. 3 hrs. in total
Altitude difference: approx. 200 meters
Suitable for children: from 8 yrs.
August - September