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Turløype Hopsfjellet

Turløype Hopsfjellet Photo: Bjarne Hetlesæter
Turløype Hopsfjellet Photo: Bjarne Hetlesæter

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The walk starts at the small tractor trail on the east side of the road E 39. It is possible to park your car here. The walk up to the top (333 metres above sea level) takes aproximately 1 hour. On the top it is an amazing view!

The walkingtrail is drawn into the Adventure map for Sveio (Opplevingskart Sveio kommune) 

In 1992 a major fire burned down a big area around Hopsfjellet mountain, north of Førde. In 1998 this area was protected by the Nature Conservation Act, to make it possible to study how flor and fauna and animal life can rebuild after a big fire in the forest.

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Turløype Hopsfjellet - Photo: Bjarne Hetlesæter

Turløype Hopsfjellet

The walk starts at the small tractor trail on the east side of the road E 39. It is possible to park your car here. The walk up to the top (333 metres...

Turløype Hopsfjellet

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