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Suleskard Fjellsenter

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Suleskard Fjellsenter is scenicly set next to the lake in Suleskar.

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At Suleskard Fjellsenter you can rent cabins which sleep 3 - 6 people. In addition there are caravan pitches here. It is in close proximity to a 'mountain-shop' with a wide range of foods available.

The location is ideal for thoose who wish to explore the Lysefjorden area or drive the scenic Suleskar road or go hiking. There are also bikes and canoes for rent at the centre.

Hiking Suggestions:
Haugen til Fidjeland
Hike to the summit of Hadvardshei

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Suleskard Fjellsenter

At Suleskard Fjellsenter you can rent cabins which sleep 3 - 6 people. In addition there are caravan pitches here. It is in close proximity to a...

Suleskard Fjellsenter

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