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Ørdalen Nature Reseve is located at Utøy, Inderøy municipality (western coast). The reserve has a rich and varied flora, and a rich cultural history....
April - September
Hallingdal Trekking tour with extention Mountain to the Fjord through Aurlandsdalen - Guided tour with comfort! Luggage transport.
Join us for a great trek through the beautiful soft landscape in Hallingdal to the more dramatic valley of Aurland and end up along the majestic Sognefjord. You can do the whole trip in one, or you can just choose a part of the tour to start with. Local guide, luggage transportation and good hotels.
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An easy walk in steep terrain with a nice overview over historical flood areas. The path is well marked and starts next to the flood mark after the dr...
Between Stryn Ski Centre and Ullsheim in Markane there is a great area for bicycling! Easy, rugged terrain and views of mountains and the fjord.
Steep walk through forested terrain passed some huts and old cottages. After a while, the landscape opens up and you see toward Sauda and the fjord. Fr...
Start from Valle school where you will find a car park and an information board. Follow the road southward to Harstad and continue on the path. At the...
Stråpanuten is a peak you can't fail to notice overlooking the town of Suldalsosen. On top, you have a nice view of the valley below and the lower part...
Sjernarøy is the bikers paradise in the Ryfylke archipelago. After the last bridge was erected, all five major isles are now linked. Get on your summer...
The Bergsjø area is at the foot of Reineskarvet and is one of the most beautiful mountain areas in Norway with mountain paths, summer farms, fishing wa...
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The path to Norddalsvatnet lake is an easy path that goes alongside the river Norddøla towards the summer farm Nedre Norddalen. This used to be the summer farm for the farms at Ytre Nesse. The last half of the path ascends steadily to Norddalsvatnet lake.