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Wonderful hiking tour in Brevik, Grenland.
The trails around the Granestua area close to Arendal offers long and short trails suitable for everyone, even a path perfect for prams and wheelchairs.
The Hove-Spornes area is part of a protected moraine that lies along the southern coast, and is adapted for walks with resting places along the shore.
Månafossen is Rogaland's biggest waterfall and Norway's ninth tallest free fall waterfall.
Gullsteinvollen is one of the Fjordruta-cabins of Kristiansund and Nordmøre Trekking Assosciation. The cabin is situated up in Gullsteindalen valley. It is an hour's walk along a tractor road to the cabin. This is an manageable trip for most people.
The trip to Trogfjell in the centre of Åmli follows the famous stone bridge and is a marked cultural trail in easy terrain up to the mountain top.
Gjevdenuten, 908 metres above sea level, located in the northern part of Åmli in Southern Norway, is a somewhat demanding trail, taking about 4 hours.
Svårthylkyrkja is a enormous half pothole close to Espeliåna at the northern end of the Gjevden lake. This place was hidden for thousands of years, until now.
March - August
Go hiking in varied terrain on the old road from Tovdal over to Skjeggedal in Åmli, Southern Norway. A long time ago, this was the only road to Skjeggedal.
Altitude difference: 90–300 metres
Estimated time: 2 hours there and back
Walking map: Etne – Saudafjella 1:100 000
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