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Norway Hikes, centralised location

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Hi there, my girlfriend and I are planning a 10 day hiking holiday in Norway next year in Summer. We would love to at least do 3 individual hikes to Trolltunga, Kjerag Hike and Kjeragbolten and The Pulpit Rock. Basically how I would like to plan is to find a centralised location preferably a holiday home near if not, at a Fjord (I fish too) and do day trips or at most camping overnight to return to our base camp for a day of rest and relaxation before the next hike.

May I please ask for suggestions here on how best to organise this in terms of logistics (accomodation location), we will rent a car from airport upon arrival. I am trying to be as productive as possible and not spend alot of time driving back and forth unnecessarily. If this means skipping out on one of the above hikes (Pulpit Rock being the least important) and doing an alternative scenic hike, that would be also very acceptable.

Would really appreciate feedback, suggestions.... thanks in advance.

PS I have done the Tour du Mt Blanc in 7 days and several smaller mountain hikes. And she's done part of Camino de Santiago, so not totally inexperienced but not power hikers. We both just enjoy the view along the way as much as arriving at our destination.

Kind regards,
Iris

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