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Hike to Dalsnuten: Stavanger, Norway

Norway is famous for hiking and summer is the best hiking season to view its sceneries. This is my trip to a small hiking destination of Stavanger called Dalsnuten, which is around 300metres above sea level and gives you a refreshing feel. Every mountain in Stavanger gives you an amazing city view. Thats the beauty of it. Tourists prefer to have this in their things-to-do list if visiting Stavanger and planning for a quick hike. 


I like how the water looks deep blue





There is this nice place at the end that they decorated and you can use it for relaxing.



Or use this natural tree bark as the seating place and have some good food.


So here I am! At the top of the mountain :)

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    1. See, I told you it wasn't good to miss Norway in your Europe trip :)

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  2. I could sooooo use a vacation!!!!!! The tree park is so awesome!

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  3. awesome pics!!! this is heaven <3

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  4. Love these photos. It looks like such a peaceful place :)

    Yazmin xx
    www.yazzyscorner.co.uk

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  5. You have some amazing photos here :-). Glad you are having a great time.

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  6. Loved the photos and I could use some vacation too!

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