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Randaberg

Hålandsvannet

Hålandsvatnet spans Stavanger and Randaberg municipalities. A newly established trail circles the lake, attracting natives and visitors alike to rela...

Sandnes

The 7 wolf cubs

A hiking trail with 7 spectacular scenic views overlooks the city of Sandnes, Gandsfjorden and the north of Jæren. On the edge of the Wolf Hills (Ulva...

Finnøy

Hike to Bandåsen

Ombo is Rogaland's second largest island. Covering 58 square kilometres, the island is divided between Finnøy and Hjelmeland municipalities. There are...

Rennesøy

Prestvågen recreational and bathing area

Prestvåg is a unique swimming and bathing area near Vikevåg.  A paved parking area by the main entrance to the site. There is a 700 metres long gravel...

Rennesøy

Kadlaneset

Kadlaneset is a recreational area and swimming area with a parking located on the north east side of Mosterøy, facing Mastrafjorden. The walking path...

Rennesøy

Flekkstad - Helland

Cultural landscapes, heathers and moores as well as fabulous views are what you can experience if you decide to go on a trip to Flekkstad and surrou...

Rennesøy

Rennesøyhodnet

The mountain Rennesøyhodnet is located in the middle of Ryfylkebassenget and gives you a tremendous view in all directions from Karmøy and Haugalandet...

Stavanger

Bus to Kjerag (Tide Reiser)

Kjerag is the majestetic mountain in Lysefjord, 1000 metres above the fjord, with the famous boulder, Kjeragbolten, stuck between the two mountain side...

Stavanger

Bus and ferry to Preikestolen (Tide Reiser)

Ferry from Stavanger to Tau, then corresponding bus from ferry quay to the Preikestolen Mountain Lodge, the starting point of the hike. Travelling time...

Nærbø

Hanabergmarka

2 km of trails near the Jærmuseum. Recreational area with cultural monuments, old graves and traces of farms and farming through thousands of years....
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