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Map Folgefonna National Park
Start and stopping point The Søsterheimen, Valen hospital Parking Drive into the hospital area from the...
Folgefonna National Park
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The parking lot by highway 48 right across Hellandsbrua bridge, by the informat...
Ørnefjell ("Eagle Mountain") is centrally located, with Oddeskogen as a starting point. The trail winds through forest and has some steep sections. Wa...
Freikollen is a popular summit both for locals and visitors. It is an amazing view from the summit, and you can see the city, the islands and ocean surronding it all.
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...
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...
Map: Statens Kartverk ”Røldal” 1 : 50 000
Included in the «Hiking and bikingguide for Odda municipality»
Start- and endingpo...
Draumarnuten – Bygland
The first part of the trail follows and old timber track, which later gives way to a path of changing ground conditions. The...
Start: Storamyri, Kaupanger
Map (turkart): Sogndal- Leikanger
Start at Storamyri, the first flat part of the road on the way from Kaupanger up to Sog...
Spectacular views of the whole of western Norway await you at the cairn. Below, to the west, lies Skåldalen, the shieling for Åsen farm. With its many rocky and snow-covered sections, the ascent of Vangsen is not for the faint-hearted. Vangsen, Jostedalen’s highest mountain, is easily accessible in the summer thanks to the Vanndalsvatnet access road. The trail is considered one of Norway’s best summit trails for skiers because of the heavy snowfall that lies for a long time. Vangsen means ploughshare, and when you look at the mountain from the bothy at Mannen, the name makes perfect sense.