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Family Route from Nerre Vaet (12 km)

Family Route from Nerre Vaet (12 km) Photo: Merete Hovi
Family Route from Nerre Vaet (12 km) Photo: Merete Hovi

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Description

TYPE:
Easy, but a few km climb at the end of the route.

DESCRIPTION:
Exit E16 towards Helin and follow this road for approx. 3 km until you arrive at Nerre Vaet, where you can park your car. This is the starting point for this route.

Follow the sign towards Skakadalen and enjoy the view of the valley, Vangsmjøsa (lake) and the mountains. Keep right and follow the road back down towards the valley, then parallel to the main road before the last climb back to Nerre Vaet. (Just follow the bicycle signs).

Facilities

  • Sports activities

    • cycling
  • Grading

    • easy

Categories

  • Cycling Cycling
  • Sports Sports

Transportation


Bus www.jvb.no - www.valdresekspressen.no Car E16 - Vang -> Helin
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Family Route from Nerre Vaet (12 km) - Photo: Merete Hovi

Family Route from Nerre Vaet (12 km)

TYPE: Easy, but a few km climb at the end of the route. DESCRIPTION: Exit E16 towards Helin and follow this road for approx. 3 km until you arrive at...

Family Route from Nerre Vaet (12 km)

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