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A steep hike in a south-facing, sunny location, and the chance to swim in a mountain reservoir if you are feeling especially bold. The hike to Haugafjellstølen is popular with residents of Gjerde who like to keep in shape. The shieling is sheltered from the wind, but still offers great views. Until 1952 it was a hive of activity in the summer, with dairymaids milking cattle and making cheese. The shieling buildings and grazing sheep are a reminder of those days.
The trails around the Granestua area close to Arendal offers long and short trails suitable for everyone, even a path perfect for prams and wheelchairs.
This is a varied walk from sea level to above the tree line with exceptionally fine views over the fjord and the Feigumfossen
waterfall. The route passes the summer farm area Flatningane.
This combined trekking and glacier trip starts in Nybyen. We walk up to the foot of the glacier and start the glacier trekking crossing the Lars glacier. We head towards Trollsteinen (Troll Mountain). A light meal is served.
You need to be in normal good physical condition to participate.
The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), the most famous tourist attraction in Ryfylke, towers an impressive 604 metres over the Lysefjord.
Kjerag - The Majesty of the Lysefjord, Forsand in Ryfylke.
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.
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...