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Solvorn-Setålen is a hike that takes about 1 hour. Start by following the old farm road until you meet the forest roa...
Kattanakken (the cat’s neck) - where no-one thought it possible to hike. How wrong could they be!
When the weather is fine here, it’s showtime! From the top of Kattanakken you will see Briksdal Glacier in all its glory far down below, surrounded by rugged mountains and cascading waterfalls. Your admission ticket to this show is your own exertion - a solid but feasible workout up steep terrain and then some scrambling as you approach the final ridge. From some angles this hardly looks possible, but don’t listen to what they say about curiosity killing the cat, as scaling this cat’s neck is very achievable.
The two kilometre long moraine ridge known as Trollgarden was deposited when the icecap that had covered the entire region retreated about 9700 years a...
This walk has everything the most experienced hiker could want but requires fine and stable weather if it is to be an enjoyable experience. The walk is long and demanding and unsuitable for children.
August - September
Folgefonni Breførarlag’s guided glacier trips Fonnabu-Holmaskjer:
The route from Mauranger to Odda has a long history. In the late 19th century and e...
This is a fantastic footpath between Lårdal and Dalen. A large part of the walk follows the mountain edge up to 800 metres above the Telemark Canal.
Folgefonna National Park.
Starting and finishing point
At the turn-off to Svartedalen, just before Mar...
Hovden i Setesdal
You traverse a magnificent mountain terrain at an elevation of 1000 to 1200 m.a.s.l. To get the full benefit from such a trip - where you may explore impressive cultural relics - you should allow for three to four days.
- Caves and Canyons
Folgefonna National Park
Start and stopping point
Upper Haugland, at the bridge that crosses the Uskedalselva river.