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Sørmarka

Ullandhaug
4001 Stavanger

51 85 92 00

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View from Ullandhaug

Difficulty

Grading

  • easy
Length
Ascent

ferger

109
Time
Terrain
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.
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Facilities

General facilities

  • suitable for children

Grading

  • easy

Nature and terrain

  • total ascent - 109

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Region Stavanger
Org.no.: 986517138

Vågsgt. 22
4306 Sandnes

+47 51 85 92 00

info@regionstavanger.com



Reisemål Ryfylke
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Vågavegen 116
4130 Hjelmeland

+47 982 19 975

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