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271 m.a.s.l. 1-2 hours to reach the top.

Gentle rise from Auklandshamn, steeper but shorter route from Sætre. Lots of open terrain, amazing view in all directions.

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Walking route- Emberlandsnipen

Walking route- Emberlandsnipen

271 m.a.s.l. 1-2 hours to reach the top. Gentle rise from Auklandshamn, steeper but shorter route from Sætre. Lots of open terrain, amazing view in...

Walking route- Emberlandsnipen

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