Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Hordaland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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1 month ago

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2 months ago

Excellent trail - great length and very scenic! It was very foggy the day i did it so i couldn’t even see the 2nd waterfall, but the last waterfall more than made up for it! Be careful in the last part, as the trail is poorly marked and can be difficult to way find in the fog.

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2 months ago

Nice half day hike, recommend going to far side of the lake, Great View!!

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rocky
2 months ago

Nice hike. Doable in 4hours, but we took our time and enjoyed the views and took 5h. Also not a lot of people on the hike, so I’d definiteky recommend it if you want to escape the crowded places for a while.

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rocky
3 months ago

It should be noted that while there is a “trail” this hike is more of a scramble through the long grass of an off season ski hill and the road that runs through it. We made the mistake of walking the trail backwards, resulting in a straight up hike of the front side of the ski slope. This may have been due to the construction and temporary lack of signage. Great views just confusing to navigate the trail.

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3 months ago

We did this hike around 8 am and had Bondhusvatnet to ourselves for at least 20 minutes. It is such a gorgeous place! We added Gardshammer to our hike which made the hike 8 miles round trip (2500 ft incline), giving us an incredible view of Bondhusbrea Glacier.

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4 months ago

Super hike. Perfect for a rest after a more intense challenge. Very beautiful points of view. Beautiful turquoise water. Better to do in the morning. Has a tendency to become populous in pm.

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rocky
4 months ago

Nice but the road is under construction, most signs are gone you can go up the last bit (red trail) to the restaurant which is a hard trail.

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4 months ago

Some beautiful views, but this is principally a mountain bike trail with the associated twists and turns for no apparent reason. Trail was <relatively> well marked with staked flags, which was nice given that the main landmarks (gondola and restaurant) have been rebuilt this year slightly east of their original location. Trail maps given at the gondola have not been updated, neither have several more permanent signs that point to old locations of gondola and restaurant. Still - the gondola is an easy landmark to keep your bearings by.

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muddy
4 months ago

Boggy trail in the summer. We went on a warm day, and had mud up to our ankles for long stretches. This is primarily a cross country skiing trail, and so skirts open fields. Fields which were, again, boggy and not very interesting. Much nicer hikes elsewhere in Norway.

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rocky
4 months ago

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rocky
4 months ago

We’ve only walked part of this route. It was fantastic with beautiful views over Bergen city and the Fjords. Starts of with quite some rocks but becomes easier the further you walk. We descended over the Stolzekleiven (722 steps).

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5 months ago

Steep incline. It’s a short hike but has decent elevation. Good hike for day before Trolltunga

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5 months ago

Stunning views at the top. Only took me 30 minutes to get to the cafe/ building, starting from Trolltunga Guesthouse. Kept going from there as high as I could go. I even saw the sun for the first time in my 5 days in Norway.

6 months ago

The hike to the lake is fantastic, and can be easily done by all, given the gravel road. Continuing on with the trail to the far end of the lake (and then heading upwards getting closer to the glacier) was arguably not worth it for me. The trail becomes pretty technical (lots of water, mud and tree roots), and the melt meant shin deep water before I could get too close to it, but there are a couple of nice waterfalls to take in on the way.

A fairly straightforward hike, as there are no trees and you can see your destination (the glacier) the entire time. The climb is quite shallow for most of the way, with several short periods of steep ascents. Lots of rocky terrain and muddy/boggy ground. At the destination, glacial melt creates deep mud, so keep an eye on your footing as you approach the ice. Overall a beautiful, scenic hike.

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