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Innerdalen has frequently been called Norway's most beautiful mountain valley. The valley resembles a cathedral, dominated by the 1,394 meter Innerda...
From Hemsedal town centre drive on main road 52 direction Lærdal to Bjøberg, ca 23 km. Park at the road station just before Bjøberg Høgfjellsgard. Take...
From Hemsedal town centre drive to Hemsedal Skisenter and take the toll road to Holdeskaret. Drive until you see the signpost for Røggjin on the the r...
Trysilfjellet Mountain (1132 masl) is the most popular hiking destination in Trysil. When the weather is clear you can enjoy stunning views from the pe...
Go hiking in varied terrain on the old road from Tovdal over to Skjeggedal in Åmli, Southern Norway. A long time ago, this was the only road to Skjeggedal.
Gjevdenuten, 908 metres above sea level, located in the northern part of Åmli in Southern Norway, is a somewhat demanding trail, taking about 4 hours.
Trolltunga is one of the most spectactular scenic cliffs in Norway. Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering 700 metres abo...
The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), the most famous tourist attraction in Ryfylke, towers an impressive 604 metres over the Lysefjord. Startingpoint from The Pulpit Rock Mountain lodge, which is also an excellent starting point for several other marked trails.
Røssdalen is one of this region's wildest valleys with a true wilderness feel. The valley has a rich flora and fauna, which is especially noticeable in spring. Fossjuvet is an imposing melting-water gorge that was blasted away during an ice-age flood.
Trongedalsnuten in Åmli, Southern Norway is 929 metres above sea level. The terrain is adapted with a marked trail for a demanding day trip for hikers.