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Top 10 things to do in Sirdal
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1. Kjeragbolten

Experience Kjerag - one of Norway's most spectacular places. Kjerag is the majesty of the Lysefjord. With its 1000 vertical meters, even the pulpit is small. The vertical and glossy granite wall has long been admired from the fjord, but if you want a different experience, you should take the trip up to the Kjerag plateau and Kjeragbolten.

 

Watch film from Kjeragbolten here

Read about the trip to Kjerag here

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2. Tonstadbadet and Water Park

Tonstadbadet has a sports pool and a wellness pool. They also have a sauna and steam sauna as part of the bathing facilities.

 

See film from Tonstadbadet here

Opening hours here

Read about Tonstad Water Park here

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3. The castle

Sirdal Sløttet offering seasonal-inspired taste experiences based on the mountains' finest ingredients served in majestic natural surroundings, the Castle will be a well-known year-round destination - for both short-distance and long-distance guests.Welcome til Sløttet sirdal.

Read about Sirdal Castle here

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4.Live like lords in  the 1800`s

Sirdal Safari and Adventures offers an authentic experience of how the nobility ate, spent the night and lived on wild reindeer hunting over 200 years ago. The businessman Gerhardt Heiberg bought up large parts of the Sirdal heaths, and offered very attractive wild reindeer hunting and fishing for what was the nobility in Europe at the time. The cabin is completely original and well preserved.

Read about here

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5. Sirdal Safari & adventure

Dissemination and experience of nature, food and culture. With Kvæven in Sirdal as our base, we will offer low-threshold guided tours with nature communication, traditional food at Kvæven cafe and accommodation in museum buildings and glamping cabins at Sirdal mountain museum

Read about Sirdal Safari here

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6. Dorgefossen

Dorgefossen is Sirdal municipality's millennium site. It is a waterfall located in the Sira watercourse between Omlid and Tjørhom. The river is regulated, and there is no requirement for a minimum water flow. Therefore, the waterfall is more like a gorge to consider, as the water is taken in pipes by the pond at Handeland.

Read about Dorgefossen here

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7. Sirdal Huskyfarm

Sirdal Huskyfarm creates real experiences through history, people and nature. We offer husky experiences and team building for companies - as well as activities for families, various groups and school classes.

Read about Sirdal Huskyfarm here

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8. Rågeloni

Rågeloni is a fjord arm, an extension of Øyvarvatn to the east. Here are wide plains, mostly dry grasslands. The area by Rågelona is an eldorado for outdoor life with its beautiful sandy beaches. Here there is plenty of space for tent life

Read about Rågeloni here

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9. Sirdalsløyper

Sirdalsløyper manages 120 km of groomed cross-country trails, as well as hiking and biking opportunities. These trails are a great pleasure for everyone who visits Sirdal.  

Read about Sirdalsløyper here

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10. Sesilåmi

Sirdalsløyper manages 120 km of groomed cross-country trails, as well as hiking and biking opportunities. These trails are a great pleasure for everyone who visits Sirdal.  

Read about Sesilåmi here

Watch film from Sesilåmi here

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