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Høyanger

Hiking in Bergefjell

Take the road from Høyanger village to Siplo skiing Centre, continue to the dam. You start by the dam. (600 m.a.s) The first leg to the first cairn is...
Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Challenging
  • Expert
Duration
  • 5 hours

Selje

Walking across the island of Selja to Selje Monastery

Abbey Road The walk over the island Selja ends where Christianity in Norway started. St Sunniva’s cave and the Selja Abbey are extremely well-preserved reminders keeping the area’s rich past alive. Legend has it that St. Sunniva was was trapped in this cave during a rock avalanche while seeking refuge from the hedonistic King Håkon Jarl, and it has become one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in Norway. The best way to experience Selja is to follow the narrow path - either via the top of the island or along the seaside.
Effort level
  • Easy
Landscape
  • Coast
  • Fjord
Season:
All year

Flåm

Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord

The fjord region of Norway is a delight to tour with awe-inspiring views, glacial landscapes and fascinating museums at every turn.
Prices from £1,377 per person, based on 2 people sharing
Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
Duration
  • several days

Stalheim

Walk Bergen and beyond

On this independant trip spend a couple of nights in the beautiful city of Bergen where you’ll have plenty of walking opportunities once you head up into the surrounding hills. After Bergen, journey deeper into the countryside to enjoy a wealth of walking in and around the Naeroyfjord area.
Package from £771 per person based on 2 people sharing
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • several days
Landscape
  • Mountain

Geiranger

Self-guided walking holiday to Ålesund and the Geirangerfjord

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.
Prices from £1,614 per person, based on 2 people sharing
Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
Duration
  • several days

Lofthus

Self-guided walking holiday to the Hardangerfjord

Stretching 179 km from the North Sea, the Hardangerfjord is familiarly known as the ‘orchard of Fjord Norway’ as its waters are lined with an abundance of fruit trees and farms. Majestic mountains and roaring waterfalls complete this natural paradise.
Prices from £1,569 per person, based on 2 people sharing
Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
Duration
  • several days
Landscape
  • Forest

Balestrand

Hiking: Saurdal (620-650 masl)

Saurdal Saurdal is a fine starting point for various easy to demanding hikes in a wonderfully varied mountain landscape. You will find river valleys,...
Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Challenging

Lillehammer

Nordseter - Nevelfjell - Slåseterfjell

The walk from Nordseter, via Nevelfjell, to Slåseterfjell is a wonderful 3-hour trip in the Lillehammer region. Gentle terrain - ideal for families with children.
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 3 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain

Hemsedal

Totten 1497 masl

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...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 3 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain

Hemsedal

Steget 920 masl

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...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 2 hours
Landscape
  • Forest
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