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Manafossen is Rogaland's biggest waterfall and Norway's ninth tallest free fall waterfall. From the parking area you proceed on foot along the southeast bank of the river. The path up to Manafossen is steep and rugged in places. The steepest spots...more
My husband and I love to hike on Mt Desert Island in Maine. I travel to Norway for work and there is much here that reminds me of Maine. This hike starts from a parking lot with toilets and the most challenging part is up...More
The road is under construction and there is a bigger and longer workaround. If you plan on leaving to visit today (8 July 2017) or tomorrow make sure to check the status of the road.
I am sure it is a lovely visit but will...More
My hosband and I went on this trip on a rather chilly, sunny day in march. We started out early in the morning, and we were alone on the path all the way to Mån farm.
The first half hour of hiking, from the parking...More
I brought my friend to Månafossen to get out into the Norwegian outdoors early December.
It's about an hr drive out of Stavanger and it's an easy, picturesque drive. The roads are wider than the usual mountain roads. When you're about 5-10 mins away from...More
This home was very fun. It involves some minor climbing but it's all good fun. Probably not something someone with a bad knee or anything should do, it is a bit tough but totally worth it. And if you just take it at a slow...More
The drive from Stavanger to the starting point of the hike offers beautiful landscapes. The hike is sometimes demanding but at the end you can relax and have a nice time at the Mån farm. From my experience is good to have warm clothes with...More
Whilst on the 45 to Brykjedal we saw signs to these falls. Arrived at the parking at the base of the climb and were probably the only tourists to pay the parking (we're british get over it). You start by climbing the stone steps and...More