Located at an altitude of about 5-700 meters, the Gullingen area is a center for great nature experiences in the Suldal Treasure Chest. The area has been used for a long time, and traces of Stone Age humans hunting and Vikings extracting iron ore have been found here. In the 1980s, the area became home to Northern Europe's largest hydropower development. Ulla-Førre, which has put Suldal on the map as a powerhouse, accounts for 8% of Norway's annual power production. Today, the area is used as grazing land for sheep and is a hub for great experiences in the Ryfylke mountains.
You can also obtain the map at the Suldal tourist information office and selected stores.