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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.
Standing on the top of the waterfall at Skrelia your eyes will follow the veil of water from the mountain top to the fjord below. You are in for a fantastic view! This is the place to go hiking to see the polished mountain meet the ocean!
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.
A sleig hride is the mountains limousine. You sit under warm blankets and furs, and experience the winter night to the sound of sleigh bells, the glow of torches and steaming horses. You can of course order a cup of tradiditonal "gløgg" along the way.
Nørdstedalseter is a good starting point, both for those who prefer shorter walks in the beautiful surroundings and for those who seek longer hikes in...
A scenic hike where you will pass the waterfalls of Sendingfossen and Hiafossen/Granefossen before you move on past the Viglesdalsvatnet lake with the...
Enjoy high-mountain ambience down by the coast. The moorland and mountain area north and east of Holta, near Strand in Ryfylke, is a well-preserved coa...
Reinarknuten towers 787 metres above sea level on the south side of the lower Tysdalsvatnet lake in Ryfylke. From the National Tourist Route Ryfylke...
Your short walk will be rewarded with a great view! Tofjellet (722 m) is a landmark when you are driving from Tau and descend the Tveitebrekka slope to...
Spitsbergen Trekking is a five day nature experience, walking among rising peaks and mighty glaciers, with a camp site next to the Svea glacier in Ekmanfjorden, in the west of Spitsbergen.