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Valle

Climbing in Silberwand Setesdal

Located at Bygland, this compact mountain wall offers a variety of routes, some up to 9- on the UIAA. Below the main routes are climbing park areas....

Valle

Climbing in Løefjell Setesdal

Located at Furestøyl along the road to Suleskar/Stavanger.The distance from highway 9 through Setesdal is 4 km. The mountain of Løefjell is a favourite...

Hovden i Setesdal

Hovden Alpine Centre

The Hovden Alpine Centre is well adapted to every age and skill level - from the youngest children to extreme skiers and snowboarders. Choose between...

Hovden i Setesdal

Terrain park at Hovden

The Bukkerittet terrain park is considered one of the best snowboard parks in Norway. The park offers exiting features such as rails, boxes, big ju...

Hornnes

Klatreskogen, Grand Park

Grand Park. For adults and children over 10 years. The Climbing Forest is situated next to the Mineral Park, in a natural pine forest on the banks of...

Hovden i Setesdal

Swimming spots at Hovden

Outdoor swimming at Hovden. Along the river Otra, there are many idyllic places to swim or sunbathe. Find your own spot, away from other people....

Hovden i Setesdal

Golfing at Hovden

Beautifully situated at an elevation of 720 metres, amid lakes, streams and mountains, the Ørnefjell ("Eagle Mountain") Golf Course has 9 holes with a...

Hovden i Setesdal

The Tusse Trail

The Tusse Trail is where the youngest members of the family can get introduced to cross-country skiing: uphill, downhill and straight ahead - in an ea...

Evje

Evje Bowling

The Evje Bowling Hall has 5 laminated lanes, Qubica data scoreboard, bumper guards for young players, snooker table, air hockey, kiosk, as well as...

Rysstad

Via Ferrata to Mt. Straumsfjellet, Valle. The longest of its kind north of the Alps.

“Via Ferrata” is Italian for iron road. This is a climbing route where you are secured to the rock by means of a steel cable. There are also iron rungs in the steepest sections, making the ascent safe and relatively simple.
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