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Vandretur med utsikt til Reineskarvet, Ål i Hallingdal
Vandretur med utsikt til Reineskarvet, Ål i Hallingdal.
Photo: Ål Utvikling AS
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Pack your rucksack and get out!

Bring your hiking shoes and map along marked routes, on summits towards Hallingskarvet national park or through powerful nature in the high mountains. 10 favourite hiking tips in Ål gives you unforgettable summer memories. Choose a hike in one of our most popular hiking areas or buy a punch card and gather 10 favorite hikes to get an Ål52 mug.
The opportunities are plenty.


Hiking in front of Reineskarvet in Ål in Hallingdal.
Photo: Signe Fuglesteg Luksengard

10 favorite hikes in Ål

10 selected hikes with map and tour description. On every hike, you find a post box with a guest book. In each book, it will be drawn one lucky winner of a gift card from Ål. Remember to # your hiking pictures with aal52.
10 favorite hikes in Ål, Rødungshovda.
Photo: Torleiv Torgersen

Hiking tours in Ål

In Ål there are over 50 organized hiking tours with detailed description and map. Most of the hikes are well marked and on most of the tours, there is a cultural memory. These are measured in different difficulty. Easier hikes for the family and longer hikes for the mountain goat.
Information at Ål Tourist Information.
Photo: Ål Utvikling AS
Camping near the lake in the mountains of Ål in Hallingdal
Camping near the lake in the mountains of Ål in Hallingdal.
Photo: Ål Utvikling AS

The open air is for all

Outdoor recreation is an important part of our cultural heritage in Norway. Since ancient times we have had the right to access to the unfenced countryside – based on trust, consideration for the environment, for farmers and the landowners. Leave the nature the way you would like to find it.
We are allowed to harvest nature’s bounty – which means not only saltwater fish, berries, mushrooms and wildflowers, but also our sensory impressions of the whole outdoor experience. You can read more about what the right of access means in practice here.
Hiking near lake Rødungen in the mountains of Ål in Hallingdal
Hiking near lake Rødungen in the mountains of Ål in Hallingdal.
Photo: Ål Utvikling AS

Safety in the mountains

1. Plan your trip and inform others about the route you have selected.
2. Adapt the planned routes according to ability and conditions.
3. Pay attention to the weather and the avalanche warnings.
4. Be prepared for bad weather and frost, even on short trips.
5. Bring the necessary equipment so you can help yourself and others.
6. Choose safe routes. Recognize avalanche terrain and unsafe ice.
7. Use a map and a compass. Always know where you are.
8. Don’t be ashamed to turn around.
9. Conserve your energy and seek shelter if necessary.
Read the mountain code with supplementary comments.
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