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Snønuten (1606 m.o.s.l.) is the majesty of the SVR Ryfylkeheiane nature reserve and the fifth highest mountain in this part of Norway. With its pyra...
The walk to the mountain cabin Kvanndalen is popular amongst families. Kvanndalen is open for accomodation and a day-visit and operated by the Stavange...
Tough high mountain hike, but worth any strain. The breathtaking view on the Sauda - and Sandsfjords and the surrounding mountains might make your came...
Perhaps the best viewpoint of Suldal - from 722 m.o.s.l. you see four fjords: the Sandsfjorden, Hylsfjorden, Saudafjorden and Vindafjorden. Large part...
Tre sjøers-turen (Three lakes hike) is a hike starting at Stavanger camping, Mosvannet.
Go to the left around the Mosvannet lake towards the Stavanger...
Trolltunga is one of the most spectactular scenic cliffs in Norway. Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering 700 metres...
This is a trip into a different world. For glacier hikes Hardanger is the perfect place. From Jondal: Folgefonni Glacier Team.
Folgefonni Glacier Tea...
The war plane wreck – Bygland, 580 m.a.s.l.
On the 8th of September 1941, four B17c bombers (Flying Fortress) took off from England on a raid against...
Join us on a guided nature walk with packhorse and the hunt for the old Ruste Farm.
We walk with the nature guide and his horse into the valley. Expe...
Skeikampen, at 1,123 metres above sea level, is not one of Norway’s highest mountains, but it is easily accessible. It takes approx. 1 hour on foot to reach the summit. The trail takes you on a scenic route along the Skeikampen ridge. The view from the top is outstanding, a gigantic panorama of the nearby mountains and the Peer Gynt Road, Jotunheimen and Dovrefjell, the golf course and the area round Skeikampen. The trail is 6-7 km long and takes 2-4 hours. It is a scenic walk which most people can manage. If you choose to go for the summit, there is a steep 350-metre climb over a distance of 1.5 km.