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Bossfjellhytta

Bossfjellhytta Photo: Sirdalsferie Bossfjellhytta Photo: Sirdalsferie
Bossfjellhytta Photo: Sirdalsferie
Bossfjellhytta Photo: Sirdalsferie

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Bossfjellhytta is an unattended mountain cabin (cooking facilities but no food), which you can rent from Statskog.no with advance notice. The cabin has 10 beds in 5 bedrooms. There are good fishing possibilites in Bossvatn and Roskreppfjorden and there is a boat available at the cabin.

There are some beautiful walks in the area, whether you wish to meander or take a daytrip up the valley and pick cloudberries which can be found in this area.

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Bossfjellhytta is an unattended mountain cabin (cooking facilities but no food), which you can rent from

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