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Lifjell, hike in the terrain

Lifjell
4311 Hommersåk

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View againt east part of Stavanger

Difficulty

Grading

  • challenging
Length

ferger

9
Ascent

ferger

260
Time

Facilities

Duration

  • 5 hours - return trip
Terrain

Facilities

Nature and terrain

  • forest
  • mountain
Type

Hiking

Marking?Trips marked with the national standard are marked in green (easy), blue (medium), red (demanding) and black (expert). DNT (The Norwegian Trekking Association) marked routes are marked with red T's, painted on cairns and stones. Local associations and sports clubs may have marked hiking trails in other ways. There are many different varieties. Ask at the tourist information office if you are unsure of the markings in the area you are visiting.
Ground

Practical

General facilities

  • Good to know - Fishing: Sea fishing with rod from shore. Bathing: Dalsvågen, Dalevatnet and Bymarken. Dogs on leash mandatory: 1 April - 20 August.
  • Practical information - This is a long trip - remember map and compass / GPS. Bring a packed lunch and drinks to suit the length of your trip. Bring a spare change of clothing.
  • Warning - Remember to be prepared for all types of weather, even in summer. Therefore, bring clothes and equipment for both sunny weather and snow, rain and wind. The weather can quickly change! In winter, take extra security measures, such as headlamp or torch. See weather forecast at www.yr.no

Route Guides

Map

Road Directions

With car from Sandnes to Dale:  Drive Elvegate to Vågsgjerdveien, turn left into Graversveien and drive north direction Dale. Parking: Dale, near the service building. Follow signposting. 

Public Transport Directions

Bus from Sandnes to Dale: Bus no. 29. 

Facilities

Distance

  • length in km - 9

Duration

  • 5 hours - return trip

Grading

  • challenging

Nature and terrain

  • forest
  • mountain
  • total ascent - 260

Participants must bring

  • backpack
  • clothes
  • good walking shoes
  • headlamp
  • mountain shoes
  • torch
  • warm clothing
  • water bottle
  • waterproof clothing
  • windproof clothing

Season

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Video

  • Essential Tips for Hiking in the Mountains

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Region Stavanger
Org.no.: 986517138

Vågsgt. 22
4306 Sandnes

+47 51 85 92 00

info@regionstavanger.com



Reisemål Ryfylke
Org.no.: 974906430

Vågavegen 116
4130 Hjelmeland

+47 982 19 975

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The local tourist offices can give you good and useful information.