This is the itinerary for those who enjoy life! Experience the best that Southern Norway has to offer in terms of spectacular nature and culinary experiences.
KRISTIANSAND–IVELAND–BROKKE SULESKAR– PREIKESTOLEN–BRUFJELLHÅLENE–MANDAL-KRISTIANSAND
Start with accommodation in Kristiansand Treetophytter. At Nodeland, just under an hour from Kristiansand, you will find Treetophytta at Nodeland outside Kristiansand has been given the appropriate name "Kvisten" and is built on the premises of the forest. It is nevertheless state-of-the-art with electricity and water, and a fully equipped small kitchen. After a good night's sleep, the trip continues to Viltgården in Iveland. Here you get close to nature and the king of the forest, the moose. Drive further up the Setesdalen, which houses Southern Norway's answer to Trolltunga, the Ørnenapen. Drive on to Brokke, and enjoy fantastic views from Valle ViaFerrata. Take the trip further up to the mountain village of Hovden, where everything is in place for various walks in spectacular nature.
2. SETESDAL-BROKKE SULESKAR-PREIKESTOLEN
From here you can take the spectacular Brokke-Sulekar road over the high mountains to Rogaland.
The viewpoint Preikestolen offers a fantastic view of the Lysefjorden, and if you dare you can also venture out onto Kjeragbolten. Continue to Flekkefjord and visit the famous Brufjellhålen. This is a demanding trip, which has a season from April to September. For those who want an extra challenge, Smellerglova is a beautiful sight, but be aware of a demanding trip to get there.