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Fransåsenløype

Fransåsenløype Photo: Ø Christoffersen Fransåsenløype Photo: Ø Christoffersen Fransåsenløype Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Fransåsenløype Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Fransåsenløype Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Fransåsenløype Photo: Ø Christoffersen
The Fransåsen twelve kilometre long hike starts from the Risør town centre. The tourist office is also located there where maps and more information can be found.

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The Fransåsen twelve kilometre long hike starts from the Risør town centre. The tourist office is also located there where maps and more information can be found.

Follow the blue marked trail through uneven terrain. There are fantastic views from the top at Fransåsen which takes about four to five hours to hike.

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Fransåsenløype - Photo: Ø Christoffersen

Fransåsenløype

The Fransåsen twelve kilometre long hike starts from the Risør town centre. The tourist office is also located there where maps and more information ca...

Fransåsenløype

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