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Stavanger

Three Lakes hike

Tre sjøers-turen (Three lakes hike) is a hike starting at Stavanger camping, Mosvannet. Go to the left around the Mosvannet lake towards the Stavanger...
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Duration
  • 6 hours
Landscape
  • Forest
Season:
All year

Stavanger

Lundsneset

On the northern part of the island of Hundvåg in Stavanger lies the idyllic promontory Lundsneset, which is ideal for relaxing walks. From the trails y...

Stavanger

Blå Promenade

Stavanger's Blue Promenade starts at the Badedammen outdoor swimming area from where you can enjoy views of beautiful Ryfylke. It continues past the...

Stavanger

Mosvannet/Vålandskogen

Mosvannet lake and Vålandsskogen forest are the most popular areas for hiking in Stavanger. The 3 kilometres walk around Mosvannet lake is a feast for...

Stavanger

Sørmarka

Sørmarka is the largest area for hiking in Stavanger featuring an 8 km network of paths and trails, several of which have lighting for evening walks....

Stavanger

Stavanger Botanic Garden

Stavanger botanic garden lies to the west of Ullandhaug tower, with fine views over Jæren, Hafrsfjord and the North Sea. The garden has a southerly a...

Stavanger

Bus and ferry to Preikestolen (Tide Reiser)

Ferry from Stavanger to Tau, then corresponding bus from ferry quay to the Preikestolen Mountain Lodge, the starting point of the hike. Travelling time...

Stavanger

Bus to Kjerag (Tide Reiser)

Kjerag is the majestetic mountain in Lysefjord, 1000 metres above the fjord, with the famous boulder, Kjeragbolten, stuck between the two mountain side...

Stavanger

Hike to Kjerag

Hike to the spectacular and famous "Kjeragbolten" rock.

Stavanger

Preikestolen hike – off the beaten track

Preikestolen is one of the most stunning and thus most populair hikes in Norway. Every year, approximately 250.000 hikers find their way up to the c...
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