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Hiking in Evje and Hornnes

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Hiking in Evje and Hornnes provides you with a lot of opportunities, including the summit Bertesknaben, 652 m.a.s.l. Start by driving to Flatebygd, from where you take the road to Nordbø. There is a car park at the end of this road. The blue-marked hiking path is approx. 3 kilometres long. The first part is on a tractor road, the last part on a trail and through a bog. The final section leading up to the summit is somewhat steep. In case of recent rainfall, we recommend waterproof footwear.

In addition, the adventure provider Troll Aktiv AS and Destination Setesdal offer guided tours.

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Hiking in Evje and Hornnes

Hiking in Evje and Hornnes

Hiking in Evje and Hornnes provides you with a lot of opportunities, including the summit Bertesknaben, 652 m.a.s.l. Start by driving to Flatebygd,...

Hiking in Evje and Hornnes

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