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Feed the elk at Langedrag

Feed the elk at Langedrag Photo: Langedrag
Feed the elk at Langedrag Photo: Langedrag

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The mountain farm lies around 1.000 metres above sea level. The construction of the farm started i 1978 to realise the family Thorson's dream of a sanctuary for animals, birds and people. Langedrag lies like a fairy-tale castle in beautiful surroundings, with magnificent views of the lakes and mountains between Hallingdal and Numedal.

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  • Farm activities Farm activities
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Where:Langedrag Naturpark AS
Mon - Sun
12:30 PM
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Feed the elk at Langedrag - Photo: Langedrag

Feed the elk at Langedrag

The mountain farm lies around 1.000 metres above sea level. The construction of the farm started i 1978 to realise the family Thorson's dream of a...

Feed the elk at Langedrag

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