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Galdhøpiggen is Norways and North-Euopes highest mountain peak with it's 2.469 metres above sealevel. Galdhøpiggen is also one of Jotunhimen's easiest peaks to climb. You can reach the peak either alone on a marked path or within a guided group.
Experience the majestic Geiranger Fjord and the old road across the Flofjell mountain on a bicycle.
This trip is a feast for the senses; from world...
Specialist in cycling, skiing and hiking holidays. Provides pre-packed bicycle tours throughout Norway, and hiking with luggage transport, with or without a guide
Price per person in double room
from NOK 4600,-
Extra for single room NOK 840, -
Hulderhola is a 15 meter deep cave on the east side of Stavsro - where the trail up to Gaustatoppen starts. The trip is about 4 km and takes about 1.5 hours one way.
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Tougher hike than Gaustatoppen. However, you will get a great view towards Gaustatoppen and Tuddal.The trip is about 3 km and takes about 2 hours each way
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.
In Fuglesteg (translated: "The birds path") you`ll find a restored mountain farm with the buildings built in stone from the area. It is also a nice view from here down to Skjolden and to the mountain farm Gjerseggi.
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.
N. Kanken is one of the peaks of Trysilfjellet Mountain. The air at the peak is clean and refreshing.
Length: 5,4 km return trip
Total ascent: 353 m...
The hike to Ulvsjøberget takes you through lovely woodland. At the peak the landscape opens up, and you can enjoy 360 degree views.
Length: 5,2 km...
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