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Brunestegen - Slettafjellet - Vorfjellet - Heggdalsvatnet.
From Brunestegen, follow the signs to Jargolane. From there it is steep up to Jargolnipa...
The starting point is the car park in Engjadalen. The first stretch follows a track on the west side of the river along the valley. After a short walk...
You start from Turtagrø at the Turtagrø Hotel car park. The path crosses the Helgedalen river on a good bridge and continues through low brush to the...
Join the local guides to explore the blue ice world of the Tunsbergdal glacier, who is placed in the end of the Sognefjord. This is the longest glacier arm in Norway.
In small groups we travel trough remote areas of the Jostedal Glacier National Park, were we rarely meet other groups
The walk starts by the Urnes stave church.
To the left from the church, you will find an old cart track in good condition, leading to the farm Urne...
A fine and easy walk in the area high up in Jostedalen is the one up to the Norwegian Tourist Association (DNT) hut in Sprongdalen. The hut was built b...
The panorama hike - Lovely hike with wonderful view of the western part of Jotunheimen and Breheimen.
Short hike throught open mountain terrain to lovely viewpoint.
Myrhønna, the most distinctive mountain in Jostedalen, is a landmark. For centuries the pyramid-shaped peak, buttressed by the Geisdalsfossen waterfall, has been a popular motif with painters and photographers. From the summit you can see both the Jotunheimen range and the Jostedalsbreen glacier.
Spectacular views of the whole of western Norway await you at the cairn. Below, to the west, lies Skåldalen, the shieling for Åsen farm. With its many rocky and snow-covered sections, the ascent of Vangsen is not for the faint-hearted. Vangsen, Jostedalen’s highest mountain, is easily accessible in the summer thanks to the Vanndalsvatnet access road. The trail is considered one of Norway’s best summit trails for skiers because of the heavy snowfall that lies for a long time. Vangsen means ploughshare, and when you look at the mountain from the bothy at Mannen, the name makes perfect sense.