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Water slide at Hamresanden Resort

Water slide at Hamresanden Resort Photo: Hamresanden Resort
Water slide at Hamresanden Resort Photo: Hamresanden Resort
The water slide is no sea monster, though you might feel a tickle in your stomach by the sight of it.

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The water slide is no sea monster, though you might feel a tickle in your stomach by the sight of it.

It consists of two slides with running water, each of them 80 metres long and 8 meters tall. The pool is 8x12 with a pleasant temperature.

Open every day in the summer season, or by request.

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  • Bathing Bathing

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  • Disabled persons

    • adapted for disabled

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Water slide at Hamresanden Resort

The water slide is no sea monster, though you might feel a tickle in your stomach by the sight of it. It consists of two slides with running water, e...

Water slide at Hamresanden Resort

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