Game and Nature Reserves

 

Stadsheia

Stadsheia is Trondheim’s fifth highest mountain top (464 meters) and is partly covered by Bymarka Nature Reserve. Access from Tømmerdalen and Gamle Bynesvei. Follow northbound trail from Svahylla against Herbernheia. There are very steep hills on the south side Stadsheia, and the best route is directly between the top of Herbernheia and the top of Stadsheia. Nice view in good weather.

Bymarka-

Bymarka is the recreation ground of the city of Trondheim, Norway. Bymarka is situated to the west of the city center and has an area of 80 km², with more than 200 km of walking tracks. Bymarka is very popular for cross-country skiing in the winter, and for walks, hiking or jogging in the summer. Moose, red fox, hare and squirrel are the most common animals.

Kjerag2

Kjerag or Kiragg is a mountain in Forsand municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The 1,110-metre (3,640 ft) tall mountain sits on the southern shore of the Lysefjorden, just southwest of the village of Lysebotn. Its northern side is a massive cliff, plunging 984 metres (3,228 ft) almost straight down into the Lysefjorden, a sight which attracts many visitors each year.

Trolltunga

Ringedalsvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Odda in Hordaland county, Norway. The 7-square-kilometre (2.7 sq mi) lake lies about 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) east (up the valley) from the village of Tyssedal, which sits on the shore of the Sørfjorden. The lake is the main reservoir for a hydroelectric power station in Tyssedal which provides electricity for the power intensive industries in the nearby town of Odda.

Preikestolen

Preikestolen is a steep cliff which rises 604 metres (1,982 ft) above the Lysefjorden. Atop the cliff, there is an almost flat top of approximately 25 by 25 metres (82 ft × 82 ft). It sits on the north side of the fjord, opposite the Kjerag plateau, located on the south side.

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