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"The finest ice-scenery in Europe", said the English mountaineer William Cecil Slingsby about the three wild ice-falls called Lokebreen, Odinbreen and Torsbreen which tumble down from the Jostedalsbreen glacier at the face of Austerdalsbreen. Here you can get just a taste of the wild glacier landscape without having to walk over the glacier itself.
A challenging and unique adventure, suitable for everyone with a desire to explore - unless you suffer from claustrophobia.
Canyoning has its origins in the alps, but the northern part of Gudbrandsdalen also features several canyons ideal for this exciting mix of scrambling/climbing, swimming, jumping into deep rock pools and walking in and along a small river flowing through a narrow gorge.
Folgefonna National Park
Rosendal Turgruppe’s route map.
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Fossberg, at the entrance to the Hatteberg...
Folgefonna National Park.
Starting and finishing point
At the turn-off to Svartedalen, just before Mar...
From the top of Nystøylhornet you'll get a stunning panoramic view of mountains, islands and the vast Atlantic ocean. To the south is Stadt, the wester...
Round trip about 12 km long in easy mountain terrain with the top at Dyna as a highlight. Fantastic view over Ål from the top !
Start the hike by dr...
Grytenuten is a high summit to be located so far out towards the coast. It therefore has a trully splendid view over most of Ryfylke, Haugalandet, Su...
The Flørli stairs have 4.444 steps and is one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. The staircase follows the watergates supplying the hydropo...
The trail through Husedalen valley is one of the most beautiful hikes in Norway. Four stunning waterfalls in succession on the way from Kinsarvik to Ha...