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Hovden i Setesdal

The Tusse Trail

The Tusse Trail Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer Read more: Hovden Langrennsarena godt med pause
The Tusse Trail Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
Read more: Hovden Langrennsarena godt med pause

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The Tusse Trail is where the youngest members of the family can get introduced to cross-country skiing-uphill,downhill and straight ahead- in an easy terrain.

The cross-country arena at Hovden is an excellent starting point. Go from parking place to the end of the stadium.Turn right towards Røyrvik-åsen. Follow the outer trail along the Hartevatn lake. The complete round is approximately 3km, but there is no shame in turning back if the little ones get tired.

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The Tusse Trail - Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer

The Tusse Trail

The Tusse Trail is where the youngest members of the family can get introduced to cross-country skiing-uphill,downhill and straight ahead- in an easy t...

The Tusse Trail

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