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Tjovhola (the thief’s cave) – Bygland, 385 m.a.s.l.
The trail starts from highway 9; 500 metres south of Neset Camping. Satisfactory parking.
Røssdalen is one of this region's wildest valleys with a true wilderness feel. The valley has a rich flora and fauna, which is especially noticeable in spring. Fossjuvet is an imposing melting-water gorge that was blasted away during an ice-age flood.
Kløvstien is an old road between Romsdal and Sunnmøre, and it was an important path before Trollstigen opened in 1936. The hike starts in Isterdalen a...
Hafstadfjellet is a mountain in Ford, 706 m.a.s.l. The mountain is a popular destination for hikers in all ages. Hafstadkleiva path starts directly fro...
A comprehensive network of marked footpaths exists in the Setesdal mountains. On both sides of the valley, you can hike in a wonde...
From Nestesessen you can enjoy the best view of the Nigardsbreen glacier.
Spectacular views of the whole of western Norway await you at the cairn. Below, to the west, lies Skåldalen, the shieling for Åsen farm. With its many rocky and snow-covered sections, the ascent of Vangsen is not for the faint-hearted. Vangsen, Jostedalen’s highest mountain, is easily accessible in the summer thanks to the Vanndalsvatnet access road. The trail is considered one of Norway’s best summit trails for skiers because of the heavy snowfall that lies for a long time. Vangsen means ploughshare, and when you look at the mountain from the bothy at Mannen, the name makes perfect sense.
Two great highlights of the hiking in Norway. Selfguided. This is the trip for those who want to enjoy the view from the famous peaks.
Price per person in double room
from NOK 4500,-
Extra for single room NOK 840, -
Siggjo: A fabulous viewpoint – and an exciting geological area
Map of track: Siggjo (1: 50 0000)
Place of start a...