|Season (19 June 2023 - 19 Aug 2023)|
Join our experienced guides on a hike on unmarked paths in the mountains around Herand, with superb views over the beautiful cultural landscape in the Hardangerfjord.
Exclusive tour for groups; suitable for couples, groups of friends or companies.
This hike is a secret. We hike on unmarked paths and trails, which travel literally on the doorstep to the charming old farms and homes along the way. We start from Herand either by car or boat and walk back to Herand (9 km). We can also be picked up at Hardanger Art Gallery (5 km). The hike takes us through the most amazing cultural landscapes going back in time to when we rowed or walked where we needed to go.
To ensure our customers have the best experience, we only offer private tours that are tailored to your group's wishes, needs and fitness.
Your guide speaks English.
We meet in Herand or in Jondal where we are picked up by a minibus that takes us to Lilleås. The drive is about 20 min. We can also arrange pickup in Jondal ferry terminal.
Depending on wishes from the group, we can be picked up at Hardanger Kulturgalleri at Mæle or we can walk all the way back to Herand
Length and time:
5-9 km. From 3 to 5 hrs.
People aged 8 and over who's in decent physical shape with experience from walking on paths (forrest). The trip is not suitable for pregnant women over 3 months, people with heart problems, back or knee injuries.
Booking, payment and terms:
The trip must be booked online and paid for in advance. Click here for booking: Destination Herand, tours and hikes.
Changes and cancellations can be made free of charge up to 7 days before departure. In case of cancellation within the deadline, a full refund is given.
1-2 pax – 3.000 NOK including transportation
3-5 pax – 5.000 NOK including transportation
6-7 pax – 8.000 NOK including transportation
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