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Marikroken Summer pasture

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Marikroken farmstead is open every Sunday in July 11.00 – 15.00. Open all summer for groups on order. Sale of traditional farmstead food as including homemade stomp (sourdough bread), rømmesoll (sour cream), skjørost (sour cream cheese), homemade goatcheese, jam, coffee, fruit cordials and cakes. Animals are still kept on the farmstead. Cows, calves, goats, ducks and chickens. There are good farmstead paths that also pass some of the Røafallene waterfalls. Short distance to war memorial at Lillerøåsen.

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  • Farm activities Farm activities

Transportation


Car It is marked with sign to Marikroken Farmstaed from Fv. 26 between Trysil and Engerdal south in the local authority of Engerdal.

Facilities

  • Type of animal

    • cows
    • ducks
    • goats
  • Food and drinks

    • traditional home fare
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Marikroken Summer pasture

Marikroken Summer pasture

Marikroken farmstead is open every Sunday in July 11.00 – 15.00. Open all summer for groups on order. Sale of traditional farmstead food as including...

Marikroken Summer pasture

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