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Hikes in Ullensvang

Hikes in Ullensvang Photo: Magnus Hisdal
Hikes in Ullensvang Photo: Magnus Hisdal

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Throughout Ullensvang there are numerous
hiking trails. Examples:
- Husedalen, with four fantastic waterfalls
close to each other. 5-6 h.
- Hardanger Fruit Trail at Lofthus, local historical trail, information boards, 1-2 h.
- Streifl øypa trail in Vikebygd,
walk through historical landscape, 4 km. Contact the tourist office for more information on hikes and maps.

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Hikes in Ullensvang

Throughout Ullensvang there are numerous hiking trails. Examples: - Husedalen, with four fantastic waterfalls close to each other. 5-6 h. - Hardanger...

Hikes in Ullensvang

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