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Several different hiking trails in the cultural landscape of the Bjørgefjell mountain area. Beautiful landscape with great viewing points and with benches several places. Easily accessed from the main road. You can start the trip either from the guest farm Nordigard Bjørge or Seljord camping. During the trip you will see tofts from old crofter`s farms (small, often poor farms for one family, working for the main farm in the area), and old mounds of stones from clearing the landscape.
The Saboteurs' trail is the world-famous route the Norwegian Resistance used during the Second World War.
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There are many marked trails from Lillefjellstua cabin towards Hollane seter (alpine pasture farm). The Gavlesjåvegen road which stretches from Melbu...
The trail around Stokkevannet is adapted and checked Rugtvedt and Stokke well.
Stokkevannet is an idyllic water after the ice age was below sea leve...
People have used skiing as a mode of transport for over 4000 years. However in the 1800's downhill skiing as we know it today was influenced like never before by Sondre Norheim from Morgedal. Who was this charismatic character who changed ski design and gave us the world's first carving ski and full heel binding? Where did he live and what was it about the terrain he grew up in that so inspired him to develop skis and new techniques just for the pure rush of the downhill? The answers are waiting for you in Morgedal, this magic little Norwegian valley which gave ski sport to the world.
Learn more about the fantastic story at Norwegian Skimuseum in Morgedal.
Do you need a bed? Try Morgedal hotell or Morgedal camping.
40 orienteering posts are put out in woodland-and mountain terrain from the middle of June.
Hardangervidda is Europes largest mountain plateau. It is also the largest National Park in Norway. The Norwegian Mountain Touring Association and local tourist boards have a network of cabins and marked tracks on the plateau.
This is a fantastic footpath between Lårdal and Dalen. A large part of the walk follows the mountain edge up to 800 metres above the Telemark Canal.
At the tip of the Røyrodden promontory on the shores of Lake Nisser you can see a number of large stone piles on the eroded rocks.
THIS IS A DEMANDING TRIP with great views from the