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Go hiking in varied terrain on the old road from Tovdal over to Skjeggedal in Åmli, Southern Norway. A long time ago, this was the only road to Skjeggedal.
Gjevdenuten, 908 metres above sea level, located in the northern part of Åmli in Southern Norway, is a somewhat demanding trail, taking about 4 hours.
Folgefonna National Park
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Follow highway 48 from the parking lot approx. 300 meters beyond the bridge...
Månafossen is Rogaland's biggest waterfall and Norway's ninth tallest free fall waterfall.
Easy and nice hike in high mountain terrain, where parts of the trail is an old east-west trade route.
The hike starts by the mountain farms at Breise...
Skeikampen, at 1,123 metres above sea level, is not one of Norway’s highest mountains, but it is easily accessible. It takes approx. 1 hour on foot to reach the summit. The trail takes you on a scenic route along the Skeikampen ridge. The view from the top is outstanding, a gigantic panorama of the nearby mountains and the Peer Gynt Road, Jotunheimen and Dovrefjell, the golf course and the area round Skeikampen. The trail is 6-7 km long and takes 2-4 hours. It is a scenic walk which most people can manage. If you choose to go for the summit, there is a steep 350-metre climb over a distance of 1.5 km.
This great trail around Skeikampen shows the varied nature that it has to offer. The trail is suitable for most people.
The Skeikampen Rundt trail is around 8 km long, over gently sloping terrain. The trail shows the different sides of Skei, from forest and bare rock to the highest point, with fantastic views of the mountain wilds. From here you can see Jotunheimen in the far north-west and Rondane to the north. The white peaks clearly stand out from the rest.
Prestkampen is the highest peak at Skeikampen, at 1,244 m above sea level. From the summit there is a wonderful view of large areas of the Gausdal Valley and Peer Gynt’s Kingdom, and towards Rondane in the north and Jotunheimen in the northwest. This is a more demanding route. The walk is 12-16 km long and takes 4-6 hours depending on the choice of trails. It is a route for seasoned walkers and not recommended for small children or persons without walking experience.
A choice for those who are out to explore more!
The tour starts with about 45 minutes scenic drive on Kvaløya island to the places with the best snow conditions, though we usually hike in Kattfiordeidet.
Map: Statens Kartverk ”Røldal” 1 : 50 000
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