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The trip starts at Hestnes, on the southern side of Hafslovatnet. Follow the path along the water, before you cross the main road, and continue up to...
Tougher hike than Gaustatoppen. However, you will get a great view towards Gaustatoppen and Tuddal.The trip is about 3 km and takes about 2 hours each way
Length: approx. 11 km round trip
Duration: approx. 3 hrs. in total
Altitude difference: approx. 200 meters
Suitable for children: from 8 yrs.
August - September
Enjoy lovely nature at the moors and the mountains in Åmli, Southern Norway. A return trip to Lindeknuten takes about 2 hours, and the trip is easy.
At the top of Marsteinsvola there’s a beautiful view over the Trondheimsfjord.
To get to the top of Marsteinvola, you have many trails to choose...
In Fuglesteg (translated: "The birds path") you`ll find a restored mountain farm with the buildings built in stone from the area. It is also a nice view from here down to Skjolden and to the mountain farm Gjerseggi.
Sengjaberget or translated to "Bed Rock" you can reach by walking not far away from Skjolden Centre. From here you`ll get a nice panorama of Skjolden, Eidsvatnet and the Lusterfjord.
Helgafossen is a great trail specially tailored to families at Skeikampen. The round trip covers around 4 km of flat terrain.
It takes about 1.5 hours from start to finish, unless you decide to linger at the waterfall. The terrain makes for easy walking and before you get to the Skeiselva river, you can hear it far off in the distance. In the old days, guests used to bathe in the river and at Helgafossen there was even a bathing hut so that guests could change into their swimming costumes with their modesty intact.
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.
Breathtaking views over Sirdals moorlands. A challenge, but well worth the effort!
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