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Gildrehola

Gildrehola

12.03.2018

Skorpo (Svein Nord)

Skorpo

29.03.2018

Skorpo - Polished by glaciers and meltwater

Kalandsvika Bay in the eastern part of Kalandsvatnet

Kalandsvika

12.06.2018

There is little to say about the opportunity for surveying from the bird observation tower in Kalandsvika: 155 different bird species have been sighted in the Kalands water shed. Take your binoculars and visit the tower in late spring - early summer or during the winter half of the year. If you are lucky, you might get to see a rare bird species.

Reppadalen (Svein Nord)

Reppadalen

31.03.2018

The unusual bog landscape, with enormous peat deposits surrounded by steep mountainsides, makes Reppadalen in Arna an exciting, but little visited tour destination for most of Bergen's inhabitants. Those who live in Arna, however, know to make the most of its beautiful natural splendour.

Sculptures in the bedrock

Herand- geologi

11.12.2018

Cross-leaved heath (Akvarell: Miranda Bødtker)

Steinevik

31.03.2018

Potholes by the Koldals River

Eikelandsosen

29.03.2018

"So many and such big potholes as are found at Eikelandsosen, we don't see other places in western Norway, and as beautifully polished as the mountainside is along the river up to Koldal , one would look a long time to see anywhere else. There is much to dazzle a geologist's eyes. If only these features could bring others the same joy!"

Vinnesleira

Vinnesleira

06.12.2018

Bays that are shallow far out into the sea, with fine sand and clay, are rare in Hordaland. Where they are found, the reason is usually that the edge of the glacier made smaller advances or stopovers when it calved back at the end of the last Ice Age. This is what happened at Vinnesleira.

Langavassmyrane looking towards Langavatn.

Langavassmyrane

26.05.2018

The Ruff lek on Langvassmyrane is the only known phenomenon of its kind on Hardangervidda. Every year it attracts hens from the whole plateau. The marsh is also the richest wetland in the county. This green oasis is located in a rocky moraine landscape a few hours walking distance south of Dyranut.

The delta at the outflow of Storelvi in Granvinsvatnet.

Granvinsvassdraget

24.06.2018

After the ice age, Granvin Fjord reached all the way up under Skjervsfjossen waterfall. Just a thousand years later, as a result of the rising of the land after the ice melted, this whole inner part of the fjord freed itself of the sea and became Granvinsvatnet lake. In spite of this rise in elevation, this waterway is still navigable for fish: Sea trout have wandered into Granvinsvatnet in more recent times and evolved to become freshwater trout. And salmon and sea trout made the journey 13 kilometres up the Storelvi river.

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