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Located south of the Rondane massif, Venabu offers a wealth of hiking opportunities. Discover unspoiled nature in open and easy terrain, and landscape consisting of rolling mountains and plateau formed in a desert climate 60 million years ago.
This part of the trail is generally easy and straightforward to go , but can be hilly someplaces . Langesund is well worth a visit before heading out onto the trail.
Up Langfoss waterfall
Altitude difference: 0–881 metres
Estimated time: 4 hours there and back
Walking map: Etne – Saudafjella 1:100 000
Bømoen is a family friendly area ideal for walking, cross-country skiing and outdoor recreation. It is partially located in an old military base, 3 km outside Voss town centre.
Bømoen is an ideal hiking area for those with pushchairs.
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There is no better view of the Nærøyfjord than the one you can experience from Bakkanosi. The journey from Jordalen is through easily negotiated terrain while the climb itself covers a demanding 800 meters.
Try cross-country skiing in the Lyngen Alps. Make your own tracks in the unspoiled landscape. Previous skiing experience is an advantage, but not a must. Please notify if first time skier.
From Hemsedal town centre drive direction Gol, turn right at the signpost for Langeset/Torsetstølane. At the next crossing, turn left and follow the...
We go by boat from Hammerfest to Akkarfjord on the island Sørøya - "the green island of the north". From here we will walk along an easy path to...
At the end of the Longyear valley, there are two glaciers, Lars Breen and Longyear Breen. Longyear Breen have over thousands of years eroded the mountains and pushed the rocks in to a huge moraine in front of the glacier. It is in these rocks we find 40 to 60 million year old plant and animal fossils.
Prestkampen is the highest peak at Skeikampen, at 1,244 m above sea level. From the summit there is a wonderful view of large areas of the Gausdal Valley and Peer Gynt’s Kingdom, and towards Rondane in the north and Jotunheimen in the northwest. This is a more demanding route. The walk is 12-16 km long and takes 4-6 hours depending on the choice of trails. It is a route for seasoned walkers and not recommended for small children or persons without walking experience.
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