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Map: Friluftskart Odda, Folgefonna nasjonalpark.
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Grading: Blue, medium hike.
"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 walk packed full of culture and history.
Prestkampen is the highest peak at Skeikampen, at 1,244 m above sea level. From the summit there is a wonderful view of large areas of the Gausdal Valley and Peer Gynt’s Kingdom, and towards Rondane in the north and Jotunheimen in the northwest. This is a more demanding route. The walk is 12-16 km long and takes 4-6 hours depending on the choice of trails. It is a route for seasoned walkers and not recommended for small children or persons without walking experience.
Try cross-country skiing in the Lyngen Alps. Make your own tracks in the unspoiled landscape. Previous skiing experience is an advantage, but not a must. Please notify if first time skier.
Hike for tough people! The Flørli stairs have 4.444 steps and is one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. The staircase follows the watergate...
Nice hike 19 km tour/return from Vealia and around Versjøen at Votndalsåsen in Ål. You can see several mountain tops along the way, there is possibilit...
Memorable hike on the high mountains in Skarvheimen in Ål 1090 - 1280 masl, with powerful nature all around you. The hike is about 13 km and you shou...
If you have a desire to hike to Gaustatoppen, the best place to start is Stavsro. The path is 4km one way, and suitable for both children and adults.
Draumarnuten – Bygland
The first part of the trail follows and old timber track, which later gives way to a path of changing ground conditions. The...