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Tysnes

Ferdslevegen in Uggdaldalen

Cultural environment with traces of old roads, burial mounds and ruins. The prehistoric road is several places stone set. Can be one of the oldest kno...

Uggdal

Hikingtrai lIndre Ve -the Korsfjorden

Start: Indre Ve. Parking: Just before the road up to Prestegarden, Teiglandsvegen 42 Waymarking: Information board at the car park. Signposted and way...

Uggdal

Dalen - Tuefjellet

Start: Car park by the information board First 200 m on a tarmacked road, then on below farmhouses and between the next farmhouse and barn Dalen -...

Uggdal

Nyabruo - Blåbærhaugen

Start: Near the mouth of Onarheimsvatnet lake towards Onarheimselva river along the Fv79 road. Information board. Signposted and waymarked according to...

Uggdal

Dalen- Ilefjellet - Haaheim - Dalen

Start: Car park by the information board First 200 m on a tarmacked road, then on below farmhouses and between the next farmhouse and barn. Dalen- Ile...

Uggdal

Gjøvågsvarden

Place: Gjøvåg Start: Gjøvågskrysset crossroads Parking: Along the FV 83 road Waymarking: Information board at the car park,signposted and waymarked acc...

Uggdal

Solheimsdalen - Grovatnet - Tysnessåto

Solheimsdalen - Grovatnet - Tysnessåto The car park in Solheimsdalen is one of the most popular starting points for exploring the mountains of Tysne...
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Tysnes

Malkenes – Haaheim Gaard (19,7 km)

The cycling trip to the beautiful Haaheim Gaard starts at Malkenes quay, where the Hardangerfjord- ekspressen express boat calls on its way from Berge...

Uggdal

Route review Flatråkervassdraget 31km

The cycling trip to Flatråkervassdraget starts in the coastal village of Våge and takes you through wooded areas and along sparkling lakes. You cycle...

Årbakka

Årbakkavollen

The Årbakkavollen rampart is situated directly above the old trading post. The rampart dates from the early Iron Age (0-550 A.D.), with the remains of...
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