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The Old Town in Fredrikstad is Scandinavia's best preserved fortress town, founded by King Fredrik II in 1567.
If you are interested in history, a...
Try snowshoeing at Tromsø Friluftsenter - easy to learn and fun!
More than 300 friendly Alaskan huskies await you on arrival at Tromsø Villmarkssenter. Some of these will be your personal porters on this hike in gentle terrain with views of the fjord and mountains.
Vedefjell is a hiking trail where you see the top of the horizon and the coast all the way from Lindesnes to Farsund. The hike takes approximately one hour and begins at Belland.
Kongeveien (Kings Road), formerly called the Post Road stretches from Lindlia by Lehnesfjorden to Bergsager. it was established in 1790 and lasted until 1832. A few years ago, this road was cleared and today is well marked and is a nice trail with a manageable climb.
The Childrens Hiking paths go from Kvinesdal in the west, to Grimstad in the east. In our area, the trail is well marked from Kvinesdal to Snartemo in Hægebostad, up the hills to the Mydland and on to Konsmo.
Hike on Sangefjell to mountain farms from the old days.
Start from Nystølen where the trail goes in a south-eastern direction through a forested...
Far-flung view in all directions, where most of the trail is above the tree line.
Start from the cottage are Primhovda Sør. Several cultural...
The Rjukan falls has a free fall of 45 metres, and is a beautiful sight at the end of a 3-km trail in the woods of Tovdal in Southern Norway.
Join the local guides to explore the blue ice world of the Tunsbergdal glacier, who is placed in the end of the Sognefjord. This is the longest glacier arm in Norway.
In small groups we travel trough remote areas of the Jostedal Glacier National Park, were we rarely meet other groups
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