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Fjærland

Norwegian Glacier Museum

The Norwegian Glacier Museum opened in 1991, and is an award-winning hands-on museum, situated in Fjærland at the head of the Fjærlandsfjord. The museu...

Stavanger

Hiking the Lysefjord – 5 day-hike

Ever hiked along a fjord? Join us on a 5 day hike and experience the majesties of the Lysefjord. Besides visiting the world-renowned Preikestolen (Pu...

Fitjar

Hanøy

Hanøy, a coastal farm, which is situated on one of the outermost of the Fitjarøyane Islands, is worth a visit. The farm has been preserved by the Sort...

Gjøra

Sunndal National Park Centre

Dovrefjell and SunndalsfjellNational Park - Norway's largest conservation area. Exceptional, rich fauna and an intact eco-system with wild reindeer, wo...

Averøy

The Bremsnes cave

The large cave is located on the southern side of Bremsneshatten mountain. Many finds from the almost 10,000-year-old Fosna culture have been made ther...

Rindal

Bird watching in Rindal

Bird wathing has been a popular activity at Igltjønna in Rindal since the 1930s so the bird life here is well documented. There is 194 bird species a...

Rindal

Igltjønna - swimming lake

A picturesque lake close to Rindal rural museum. Popular recreation area and bathing place with nature trail, picnic areas with tables/benches as well...

Sunndalsøra

Åmotan gorge

If you are driving along Highway 70 from Oppdal or Sunndalsøra, take off at Gjøra and drive about 5 km to Svisdal. Around you, the Sunndal mountains r...

Surnadal

Trollheimen - outdoor activities

Trollheimen is one of Norway's most beautiful and unique mountain areas. It is surrounded by the valleys Surnadal, Rindal, Sunndal and Orkladal and fea...

Gjøra

Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella National Park

Dovre-Sunndalsfjella National Park is a Norwegian national park located in the high mountain area of ​​Dovre and Sunndalsfjella, where Sør-Trøndelag, Møre og Romsdal and Oppland counties meet. The park was created in 2002 to preserve an intact alpine ecosystem, and it covers an area of ​​1.693 km ².
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