full length of the two thousand kilometres of the west coast of Norway
is backed by mountains, which are cut into by fjords, producing some of
the most spectacular scenery in the world.
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The Hardangervidda is a huge area without roads to the east (inland) of Hardangerfjord. It is possible to ski or hike across it from hut to hut, taking days or weeks away from civilisation.
To the south of Hardangervidda is the Setesdalheiene with ski resorts like Hovden and Rauland, with more ski resorts and the canal further east in Telemark.
To the west of Hardangervidda is the Folgefonn glacier, with the Hardangerjokulen glacier to the north.
Closer to Stavanger, there are mountains to the east and north east, in the Ryfylke and Sirdal. The RV45 through Hunnedalen is the link from upper Sirdal to Sandnes and Stavanger, with Frafjord and Manafossen waterfall being a short diversion off to the north.
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Inland and south from Egersund are the unusual, rounded "bald" hills and mountains where the rock is called anorthosite - 1.3 billion years old and the world's main source of titanium.
Hotels in the mountains of Rogaland and Agder
Hotels in the mountains of Hordaland
Hotels in the mountains of Telemark
Hotel booking in the mountains of Buskerud (Geilo, Hemsedal)
Hotel booking in the Stavanger area
Hotel booking in the Bergen area
Trips out in the mountain and skiing areas
Ski centres in south west Norway
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