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Grautheller

Grautheller Photo: Sirdalsferie AS
Grautheller Photo: Sirdalsferie AS

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Grautheller is a self-serviced cabin (cooking facilities and food available) and can be rented from Stavanger Turistforening. There is no electricity, but gas, woodstove and candles The cabin has 30 beds and is therefore ideal for school trips or groups.

A boat follows with the cabin, and there are excellent fishing possibilities nearby (fishing license is required). During winter there is a popular marked cross-country ski trail from Ådneram/Fatstøl to the cabin, with an optional return via Godfardalen to Storevatn-Taumevatn-Ådneram.

Hiking Suggestion: Grydalen til Grauthedlar

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Grautheller

Grautheller is a self-serviced cabin (cooking facilities and food available) and can be rented from

Grautheller

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