13 Short Hikes to explore in Norway
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Hvervenbukta in Bunnefjorden is a very popular bathing spot in the southeast of Oslo, on the border with Oppegård municipality. There are two fine sandy beaches, rocks and grassy slopes where you can enjoy the summer sun until late in the evening. It also has nice hiking trails along the sea.
Stoltzekleiven is one of the most popular trails in Bergen. It is a steep paved trail and stairs with approximately 722 steps up to Sandviksfjellet in Bergen city center is a steep paved trail and stairs with approximately 722 steps up to Sandviksfjellet
Trolltunga is a popular hiking area located in the Ullensvang Municipality of Vestland county. The rock formation situated about 1,100 meters above the sea level and The cliff juts horizontally out from the mountain, about 700 meters above the north side of the lake. This is a very challenging hike, at least 10 hours on rough terrain. There are no shelters on the hiking route and no places to buy supplies.