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Hikes in Eidfjord Photo: Hardanger Active Hikes in Eidfjord Photo: Agurtxane Concellon Read more: Kjeåsen
Hikes in Eidfjord Photo: Hardanger Active
Hikes in Eidfjord Photo: Agurtxane Concellon
Read more: Kjeåsen

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An area with a network of purpose-built
tourist footpaths. Examples include:
- Kjeåsen, steep footpath to a mountain farm
530 m above sea level. 3-4 hour round trip.
- Simadalselva, 3 km path along river bank.
Suitable for wheelchairs.
- Hæreid, historical walk from the centre,
1 hour.
- Måbødalen, old track. Foot- and cycle path,
5 km. Contact Eidfjord Tourist Offi ce for more
information, map and alternative routes.

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Hikes in Eidfjord

An area with a network of purpose-built tourist footpaths. Examples include: - Kjeåsen, steep footpath to a mountain farm 530 m above sea level. 3-4...

Hikes in Eidfjord

Source: Visitnorway

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