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Ådnahove is located in Nordmarka, north of Tau, and has a lean-to shelter, benches, a firepit and beautiful view of the water and islands around like Fogn, Rossøya, Talgje og Rennesøy.

The Trip to Ådnahove: A Scenic Forest Walk Suitable for Most, Including Families with Children

How long is the walk to Ådnahove?

The walk to Ådnahove is an easy 3 km hike. If you prefer a longer walk, you can take a small circuit around Skjyljavika, making the total round trip 4.4 km.

How to get to Ådnahove?

Follow the road R13 to Tau and continue towards Fiskå. Stay on the road for 4.7 km before turning left to the parking area.

When is the best time to visit?

You can walk to Ådnahove all year round.

Tour Description

This area features many paths, but they all lead to the same place. From the parking area, a gravel path takes you all the way down to Tøgjevågen, a great spot for swimming and grilling.

To reach Ådnahove, you can choose several paths from the gravel road: a path to the right 100 meters from the parking lot, a route through Tøgjevågen, or a path called Atle Alleen, which goes to the right between the first two options.

The recommended route is to follow the path to the right about 100 meters from the parking lot, keeping right all the way for a lovely circular walk. After about 20-30 minutes, you'll reach a postbox where you can sign the guestbook. Follow the signs to Ådnahove where marked.

On the way back, if you keep right, you'll end up at Tøgjevågen where you reconnect with the gravel path. For a longer walk, you can take a small circuit around Skjyljavika by turning right just after Tøgjevågen. This additional loop takes about 20 minutes and offers many beautiful small bays.

Source: Reisemål Ryfylke



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