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Tjørhomfjellet Downhill

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Try downhill cycling at Tjørhomfjellet this summer or try the lift to the top!

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This summer Tjørhomfjellet have a new and exciting offer! The chairlift will be open a certain amount of weekends during summer for downhill cyclists. It will also be possible for paragliders, hikers or others who are interested to use the chairlift on their way to the mountain tops.

Tjørhomfjellet downhill will be open every weekends from july 27th. to september 8th.

Opening times: 10 am - 4 pm

Ticket prices:
1-day kr. 250,-
Weekend kr. 400,-
Single kr. 60,-,-
family kr. 400,- for 4. family members

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  • Cycling Cycling
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This summer Tjørhomfjellet have a new and exciting offer! The chairlift will be open a certain amount of weekends during summer for downhill cyclists....

Tjørhomfjellet Downhill

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