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Akebakke og gapahuk på Seljestad

Akebakke og gapahuk på Seljestad Photo: www.roldal-reiseliv.no
Akebakke og gapahuk på Seljestad Photo: www.roldal-reiseliv.no

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Crossing the road through the subway brings you right up at the cross-country ski tracks, and just a few metres further on you will find the tobogganing slopes that are suitable for all ages. The area is ideal for grilling where there is a snow shelter at the bottom of the hill. Access from the car park to the tobogganing hill, the grilling location, or the ski tracks is easy, even with small children.

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Akebakke og gapahuk på Seljestad - Photo: www.roldal-reiseliv.no

Akebakke og gapahuk på Seljestad

Crossing the road through the subway brings you right up at the cross-country ski tracks, and just a few metres further on you will find the tobogga...

Akebakke og gapahuk på Seljestad

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