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Kollen at Fjæreheia - Grimstad

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Kollen at Fjæreheia - Grimstad Photo: Grimstad turistkontor
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Hike in varied terrain, through a typical "Grimstad forest".

Hike facts

Effort level
  • Medium
Duration
  • 2 hours

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Follow the recommended route to Dømmesmoen. Continue along the floodlit trail for 100 metres, then turn right and follow the trail towards Deidalen. Some wet areas. At the first crossroads, turn left and then left again by a small lake. By the sign “Kollen, 2.6 km”, turn right. Then turn right and follow the old railway line for 200-300 metres. Climb the steep Orrekeiv to the left and follow the tractor tracks to Kollen, 1.9 km. At the top, you can enjoy the tranquillity and views towards the mountains and lake Rore. The route is marked with red triangles/red paint.  As you return to the railway line, turn right and follow the road along the lake. After 1 km, you’ll reach the floodlit trail. Turn left and continue to the car park by Dømmesmoen.

Duration: Approx. 1 hour is required for the 4.2km walk from Dømmesmoen to Kollen. For the 10km roundtrip, some 2 hours is needed.

Terrain: Varied, exciting countryside. Some wet areas. Sturdy shoes and a reasonable level of fitness required.

Level of difficulty: Medium

Suitable for: The area is not suitable for wheelchair/pram.

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Kollen at Fjæreheia - Grimstad

Kollen at Fjæreheia - Grimstad

Follow the recommended route to Dømmesmoen. Continue along the floodlit trail for 100 metres, then turn right and follow the trail towards Deidalen. So...

Kollen at Fjæreheia - Grimstad

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