Preikestolen – by the Lysefjord in Ryfylke, close to Stavanger. Preikestolen is one of Norway’s most popular tourist destinations, and around 300,000 walkers do the hike every year. The walk is about six km and takes approximately four hours there and back. Season: May – October
Trolltunga is in the Hardanger region. It is one of the most spectacular walks in Norway. The walk is about 20 km and takes approximately 12 hours there and back. The walk starts in Skjeggedal, and there are plenty of great nature experiences along the way. Walking season approximately from 15 June to 15 September. You can also reach the summit on a Via Ferrata,on skis or showshoes.
The Aurlandsdalen valley is wild and beautiful and rich in culture and history. Aurlandsdalen and the Nærøyfjord, located innermost in the Sognefjord, offer great walking opportunities, whether you want to do walks that can be done in a day or longer walks where you stay overnight in a trekking association cabin. The season is June–September.
Mount Skåla is considered to be the highest mountain with its foot in the fjord. From the summit by Kloumannstårnet tower, the views are spectacular as you overlook the glacier, fjord and mountains. The walk up takes about five hours, while the descent takes two to three hours. The season is June–September.
Romsdalseggen is one of Norway’s most beautiful and easily accessible summit walks, offering spectacular views of the Romsdalsfjellene mountains. From Romsdalseggen you can see the Trollveggen cliff, but also as far as the town of Molde and the Norwegian Sea. The walk is about 10 km, and it takes between five and eight hours. Season: June–September
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