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Gloppedalsura consists of avalanche boulders that are piled on top of an end moraine.
10,000 years ago the ice sheet that covered the area, melted a...
Gand Church is a large church that for many people looks like a ski jump, situated at the top of Sandved in Sandnes. When the church was completed just...
Sandnes church - This Neo-Gothic brick church was built in 1882. When the church was refurbished in 1962-63, the nave and choir were extended. The alt...
Tryggvi Icelandic Horsefarm offers guided riding on Icelandic horses i varied terrain and pace, depending on the rider's experience. We offer from one...
Giske - Folkvord - Malmheim - Årsvoll - Soma (13 km)
Setting off from the Gisketjern lake, you will be able to enjoy a tour where no cars are allowed....
From Vårlivarden, 386 m, you have a panorama in all directions, overlooking mixed woodlands and deciduous forest contrasting with open areas.
Time for kick-off, company trip or maybe you are celebrating an anniversary? How about a trip to Lysefjord-Helleren in the Lysefjord, with its unique...
A splendid sandy beach with sand dunes, located 4 km from Randaberg towards Tungenes Lighthouse.
For surfing is the beach best with wind from nort...
Vaulen beach is situated at Gandsfjorden, close to one of Stavanger’s most popular hiking trails. Handicapped accessible. Toilets.
Transport: Bus no....
Visit the wonderful mountains where a troll (according to legend) lived! If you look closely you will find the footprints left by him on the road!
The children who used to tend the cattle here were told to be careful, especially in the dark or during thunderstorms. There is a place in the mountain that is said to be troll country and traces can be found, if you look closely. There is a troll's footprint named "Røsefoten". Infact, legend has it that the troll grew too tall and had to sit, which left a large imprint in the mountain. More markings are to be found in the valley, Tveit Hunnedalen. One in particular is said to be his large rope bag which has left an imprint on the mountainside.