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KVITHØVD 1001 masl

KVITHØVD 1001 masl Logging road from the uppermost part of Volbu in Øystre Slidre. Alternatively start at Slidrestølane (road from Slidre centre, bette...


OLBERG 986 masl

Olberg cairn is located on a hilltop about 1000 metres above sea on the west side of Slidrefjorden. Take the toll road from Neste (exit from E16 over...

Vestre Toten

Lauhøgda in Vestre Toten

Vestre Toten has plenty to offer hiking enthusiasts. If you walk to the top of Lauhøgda, the highest mountain in Vestre Toten, you will be rewarded wit...


Ulriken - Fløyen ("vidden")

The tour between Mount Ulriken and Mount Fløyen is one of the the most popular tours in Bergen. You can start and end your trip by taking Ulriken Cable Car or Fløibanen funicular. Between these two beautiful mountains you can see the fjords and islands around Bergen.
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The Castle

The gigantic block of mountain rock called The Castle gives you a magnificent view towards Mo and further out the Mofjord. It resembles a pulpit ascending 200 meters straight up from the fjord. Easy to reach on foot within 1 hour.



The mountain farm Almelid is beautifully situated by the river in a wide corrie and consists of four buildings. This is an easy hike which takes about 45 minutes.



Otterstadstølen is a very picturesque mountain farm situated in a nature reserve. The forest surrounding the farm is the most western growing natural spruce forest in Norway. This is an easy hike which takes about 45 minutes.



The name Sollidstølen means "the mountain farm on the sunny hillside", and the area is still used as summer grazing for the sheep at Farestveit . This is an easy hike which takes about 40 minutes.
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