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Mefjellet (1100 m)
Norddal Municipality. Between Fjørå in south and Valldal in the north. Møre and Romsdal.
Accessible by mountain bike
The mountain is very accessible thanks to the road up to Hauge and a tractor road up to Nysætra. Read more on VisitNorway.com → (external link).
Autumn – an ideal time to find a mate and reproduce
Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter, when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier while the arrival of day becomes noticeably later, and the temperature cools down considerably.
But did you know that the levels of testosterone in both men and women are at their highest in the fall. Scientists speculate the surge may be a result of ancient mating instincts (e.g., the fall “rutting season”) or that decreasing daylight somehow triggers it.
Scientists believe males evolved to be sexually primed by food, which made autumn’s harvest time an ideal time to find a mate and reproduce.