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Jegersberg

Jegersberg Photo: Terje Askildsen Jegersberg Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand Jegersberg Photo: Terje Askildsen
Jegersberg Photo: Terje Askildsen
Jegersberg Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand
Jegersberg Photo: Terje Askildsen
Jegerberg is a large forest close to town with lakes and marked trails.

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Jegersberg has marked trails one circuit approximately 9 km long another circuit with 4 km illuminated trails. These and many more trails are situated in a magnificent terrain where parts of the old road, Vestlandske Hovedvei, runs. Suitable for wheelchairs. Excellent spots along the trail for bathing and fishing (fishing permit available from Grønberg Sport). Accessible from University of Agder.

Recommended map: Turkart Skråstadheia

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Jegersberg - Photo: Terje Askildsen

Jegersberg

Jegersberg has marked trails one circuit approximately 9 km long another circuit with 4 km illuminated trails. These and many more trails are situated...

Jegersberg

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