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Transport up the valley to Friheim. See Kapteinsgarden farm, burial mounds, the river and landscape.
Haugland school museum – “
a day at school in the...
Countryside paths with information boards leading from the bathing place in Honsikjo. The latter part is a very steep ascent. Viewpoint....
Location Sunndal, Mauranger
Map Folgefonna National Park
Start and stopping point Bondhus
Parking From Sunndal through the Bondhusbygda hamlet for...
On Sundays in July you can enjoy a guided walk from the village of Sundal up to the Bondhusvatnet lake where you see the arm of the Folgefonna glacier...
A Troll Safari in the National Park Reinheimen close to Trollstigen, (The Troll ladder) is a new and exciting adventure for the whole family. This easy...
Fjord Cruise Adventure offers exclusive boat based adventure charters along the coast of Norway. Their boat, the Gåssten, is one of the last wooden war...
Like heaven for active people!
Grong Skisenter is located between the cities of Trondheim and Mosjøen, not far from E6 (10 km from Grong city), and o...
Kvinesdal offers diverse hiking opportunities in the mountains overlooking the fjords as well as trails by the sea.
A certified Arctic Naturguide will take you on a trip in the surrounding mountains from Manndalen, where you have a great view. You will experience different types of vegetation and your guide will tell you about the local flora and fauna, as well as the history of the place.
There are a lot of mountaintops in the Lyngenalps. Jiehkkevarri, with it's 1.834 meters is the highest. From Lyngseidet, there are several options to walk/hike to the surrounding mountaintops, such as Kavringtinden/Goalsevarri and Rørnestinden are two with a fantastic view of the Lyngenalps.