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Moss Norway Travel Guide. The Moss region in Norway is for genuine adventurers. It has a beautiful countryside, the ydillic peninsula of Jeløya, wooden hills and dense pristine forests. Moss offers an abundance of trails and paths, but most exciting is venture out on the off beaten tracks. Discover the Viking heritage and other historical sites.

Rambergtoppen, Bjørnåsen and Rødsåsen on Jeløy in Moss, Norway - Three hills for a magnifience view

To get the best view over Jeløy and the Oslofjord, is from the three tallest hills Rambergtoppen, Bjørnåsen and Rødsåsen in Moss, Norway. The paths up to these hills passes through Jeløy's protected landscape of woods, rocks and cultural sites.

Photo. View towards the Oslofjord from Rambertoppen on Jeløy, Jeløya, Moss in Norway. © Travel Explorations.

The Moss region has an abundance of trails and paths, especially on Jeløya. Jeløya covers 19 km² and is the largest island in the Oslofjord. Geologically, This is largely made up of a young lava rock-type from the Permian period.

Watch several photo albums from Jeløya and the Moss region on the Facebook site Moss Norway Travel Guide.

Stein Morten Lund, 8th October 2012

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