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The pligrim path in Åmot is part of the St. Olav Ways - the pilgrim paths to Trondheim. In Åmot the path is 42 km long and starts at Nesvangen. The pat...
Map (turkart): Sogndal- Leikanger
Turn off the RV 5 road at Sogndal Skysstasjon terminal and follow the Dalavegen road to Lauvhaug in the...
Map (turkart): Sogndal - Leikanger
The mountain area north of the Hafslovatnet lake offers many lovely walks, both in summer and, not least, in winter...
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.
Take a short hike along southern wooden houses and narrow paths, walk on sandy beaches and the pebbled beach, and see the view towards the lighthouses.
Tvedestrand offers a coastal path in old cultural landscape and idyllic old settlements along the sea. The path is marked, and leads to a great view.
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.
A steep hike in a south-facing, sunny location, and the chance to swim in a mountain reservoir if you are feeling especially bold. The hike to Haugafjellstølen is popular with residents of Gjerde who like to keep in shape. The shieling is sheltered from the wind, but still offers great views. Until 1952 it was a hive of activity in the summer, with dairymaids milking cattle and making cheese. The shieling buildings and grazing sheep are a reminder of those days.
Molden is often called the finest viewpoint in Sogn, with an amazing fjord view.
You start from the Mollandsmarki road just where it levels out after...
This is a route well suited for families with small children. The starting point for this walk is the car park at Bergset, at the end of the road in Krundalen, Jostedalen-
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