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Read more: Vartdal and Barstadvik Photo: Hjørundfjord.no

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Vartdal and Barstadvik

This stretch of the fjord is well-known for its fishing and plastics industry, salmon rivers, popular fishing spots on quays and headlands along the...
Read more: The lake Lyngstøylvatnet Photo: visitnorway.com

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The lake Lyngstøylvatnet

The lake known as Lygnstøylvatnet in the valley of Norangsdal was formed by a rock fall from Keipen in 1908. Beneath the waters of the lake, you can...
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Read more: Hjørundfjorden Photo: Terje Rakke

Ørsta

Hjørundfjorden

The beautiful Hjørundfjord takes the breath away from an increasing number of travellers as it cuts 35 kms into the massive mountains of the Sunnmøre...
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Read more: The Julian Castle and Isflåborga Photo: Ørsta Reiselivslag

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The Julian Castle and Isflåborga

On the mountain plateau Grøthornet 900 metres above sea level lie the Julian Castle and the Isflå Castle. These are low stone-built labyrinths maybe...
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Read more: Øye Photo: Terje Rakke

Ørsta

Øye

Øye is the point of departure for mountain hikes to Slogen and Smørskredtindane, or wandering along the mossy paths of Norangsdalen. Excellent fishing...
Read more: Sunnmørsalpane Photo: Terje Rakke

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Sunnmørsalpane

The bedrock at Sunnmøre was formed at the beginning of time. Since then, through millions of years, the shifting glaciers have dug out fjords and...
Read more: Sæbø Photo: Terje Rakke

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Sæbø

The tourist village beside the Hjørundfjord has a very unusual hotel built right on the water's edge, two campingsites and the salmon river...
Read more: Norangsdalen - "The Queen's route" Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Destinasjon Ålesund & Sunnmøre

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Norangsdalen - "The Queen's route"

Norangsdalen is one of the narrowest valleys in Norway, rich in both spectaculare sceneries as well as cultural memories. The valley bears the scars...
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