On the island of Talgje, there are good hikes. Rich soil and a mild local climate have made the island's vegetation lush and exuberant.
Despite large areas of the island being cultivated, Talgje is home to a decent population of deer. The island is relatively flat – the highest elevation is only 51 metres above sea level. To get to the highest point of the island, a well-marked trail leading up there comes highly recommended. To do the beautiful three kilometres walk, use Talgje kindergarten as a starting point. The path takes you down to the sea on the island's south side. Follow the shoreline, and pass the heritage trail on the way. You will then arrive at Klubben, Talgje's highest point. Here, a cairn is made where you can sign your name into a guestbook. A beautiful view of Ryfylke awaits you here. The trail continues to Østabøvågen and you can pass through the farm, Anker Gaard. From there, return via the main road back to the school.