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Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road

Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen
Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen
Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen
Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen
Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen

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Fish from the Atlantic Road!

In 2010 two fishing bridges opened on Myrbærholmen bridge - specially made for anglers, and from these you can test you fishing skills - right from the Atlantic Road. The Atlantic Road is located in the ocean and is a spectacular trip across bridges and islands. Many stop to fish along the road. One of the bridges ends in a circle of benches, and the other leads to stairs heading down to the rocks. The bridges are approx. 80 and 100 metres long.

The bridges make it possible to fish from the road without causing a traffic risk. National Tourist Routes is behind the project, ant the design is by the architects Beate Hølmebakk and Per Tamsen (Manthey Kula ANS). Financed by a cooperation between several municipalities in the area, together with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.

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Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road - Photo: Paolookaville/Johan Wildhagen

Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road

Fish from the Atlantic Road! In 2010 two fishing bridges opened on Myrbærholmen bridge - specially made for anglers, and from these you can test you...

Fishing on your own on the Atlantic Road

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