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Svellnosbreen which is one of Jotunheimens most beautifull glaciers is also called the Fairytale ice.
In high season (10 July – 15 August) Spiterstulen arranges guided day trips up many local peaks.
Rullestad Active offers guided walks from the camp ground along the old Postal Route to the glacial potholes in the Rullestad gorge.
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The mountain of Dreng is located just north of Førde. From the pinecovered peak you have a beutiful view of the village of Førde and Førdespollen. The...
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...
The aim is to get out in fresh air and to get some exercise by walking together with others. You get the chance to know the area in Torpo and to meet...
12 km long hike starts from Risør centre. Follow the blue marked trail through uneven terrain. Fantastic view from the top Fransåsen, about 4 to 5 hour...
Explore Hardangervidda and the national park. Ski touring is the great combination of hiking and skiing in beautiful mountain environment. We offer...
Ski around and explore the GEILO mountain, look for the posts.
Pick up your map and answering sheet in the reception at Slaatta....
For decades, snowshoeing was a mode of transportation. Snowshoeing today is a fantastic way to experience the winter wonderland. Book a private trip a...