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Hike for tough people! The Flørli stairs have 4.444 steps and is one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. The staircase follows the watergate...
The viewpoint of the coastal town of Jelsa - Ryfylke's best preserved pearl on the fjord.
Go right on the top of the hill by the school. Pass the shoo...
Grytenuten is a high summit to be located so far out towards the coast. It therefore has a trully splendid view over most of Ryfylke, Haugalandet, Su...
Årdal i Ryfylke
Welcome to the Fairytale Forest in Årdal in Ryfylke – an adventure for the senses.
An exciting one-hour walk through Bønardalen, a valley 1.2 km from...
Ryes vei 3,9 km one way. Path/road beneath the cable car Krossobanen. The elevation is 500 metres, divided on 21 curves. Ryes vei kan be walked in comb...
The horizontal potholes at Brufjell were created during the Ice Age some 20.000 years ago when the sea level was higher. The potholes lie horizontally 20 meters above sea level and are of various sizes and some are so big that people can climb inside them.
The third big-wall peak in Ryfylke, after Kjerag and Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock). You're guaranteed a sense of dizzying awe on the Skomakarnibbå with its overhang down to the Jøsenfjorden 700m below. In addition, you're treated with a great view over the Ryfylkearchipelago. A hiking-classic that draws thousands of visitors every year.
The trail starts in Årli, Kvinesdal. It extends eastward across the valleys through Snartemo in Hægebostad, Konsmo in Audnedal, Laudal in Marnardal, Greipstad Church in Songdalen and Kristiansand. From Kristiansand the trail enters Aust-Agder. It crosses Birkenes municipality before ending up at Landvik Church outside of Grimstad.
This hike is offering a view against the Fortun valley and the mountains on the opposite side You can also see the disused mountain farms Fuglesteg and Furåsen from here.
Nice round walk in lush cultural landscape. View of the fjord and the mountains. Past a series of barns and sheds, each with its own unique history.