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An embarrassment of riches
You can either choose to eat your lunch pack and on an idyllic meadow, or up on the summit with sweeping panoramic views over the fjord and mountains - right in the middle of Nordfjord.
The trip up to Trollenykjen near the town of Nordfjordeid will present you with at least two highlights. Halfway to the top, you’ll come across the beautiful mountain farm Skipenesetra. An hour later, you’ll be standing on top of Trollenykjen - with views over Hornindalsvatnet, Nordfjorden, as well as mountains in all directions. You almost feel overwhelmed with guilt when you’re on this peak. How is it possible to get so much out of a couple of hour’s walk? Well, some mountains just give more than others.
This walk has everything the most experienced hiker could want but requires fine and stable weather if it is to be an enjoyable experience. The walk is long and demanding and unsuitable for children.
August - September
During the early 1900s this area was used for exclusive hunting trips which were exclusively offered to European Upper-class!
If visiting a wonderful landscape on foot as well as getting information on the Sjodal Valley area in Vågå appeals to you, the Hulderstigen track is a...
The Vågå district is ideal for cross country skiing. Here you find a large net of well prepared tracks at Lemonsjøen, in the Sjodalen valley and towar...
Season: June - August. Out of season you should hike with a guide. This majestic geographical legacy rises 1 000 metres above the Lysefjord, and is a real natural beauty. Admire an astonishing view of the fjord or take a walk to the top of Kjeragbolten for an adrenaline boost.
Hiking.Tokke has many well marked paths ranging from 3-4-km to 12-15 km, often passing by various cultural memorials. The paths can be found in the lo...
Location: Stord mountain, Lundsseter
Map: Stord - Fitjar 1:50.000.
Start and end point: Lundsseter powerstation.
Parking: Public parking next to the po...
This is one of the "classic" Norwegian walks. Fannaråkhytta is the highest mountain hut in Norway ( 2068 m a.s.l.) and is manned during the summer.
Scramble up the Egg
Eggenipa is eye candy for those who drive past it. But why not just stop your car and climb to the top? You too can be an eye-catcher.
Seen from Byrkjelo, the freestanding Eggenipa rises majestically at the entrance of the Våtedalen (Wet Valley). The hike up to the summit is actually easier than it looks. From the parking lot at Øvredalen there is a short steep section, and from then the egg will need a little scrambling along the surprisingly broad ridge. When you finally reach the beacon you can relish the feeling of being noticed - that moment when you are the garnish atop this mouth watering mountain.
May - June
August - September