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The road to the Tronfjell is the second highest road in Norway – 1.666 above sea level. The road is only open in the summer, and it is possible to dr...
Runde Environmental Centre (Runde Miljøsenter) represents an opportunity for those wishing to make an event into a unique experience. The research stat...
The Runde Environmental Centre exhibition is open daily throughout the summer season, and at announced arrangments. Groups (min. 20 people) can book...
Rent our charter boat, Lophelia, with a local skipper at the bird sanctuary Runde Island. Lophelia (Mørejet) (12p) (35 knot) can be rented for the use...
The beautiful Herdalen with Herdalssetra lies 500 metres above sea level up from the village of Norddal and is within the UNESCO World Heritage area....
The National Tourist Route Ryfylke through Ryfylke, which opened in 2011, is one of the longest of Norway’s 18 National Tourist Routes. The route throu...
The Suldalslågen salmon river in Suldal, Ryfylke is 22 kilometres in length and flows down the valley from the Suldalsvatn lake into the Sandsfjord at...
Dovre-Sunndalsfjella National Park is known for its rich flora and wild-reindeer population, part of Europe’s last remaining population of tundra reindeer. There are also thriving populations of wolverine and musk oxen in the area.
Hike over the Besseggen ridge
The Besseggen ridge is the most popular day hike in Norway after the Prekestolen in Rogaland and has reched a kind of cu...
Experience the serenity of Norway’s nature whilst walking in Breheimen National Park, with its valleys, plateaus and mountain peaks.