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Hikes in Granvin

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Granvin has many fi ne hikes to offer.
Examples:
- The old railway track.
A foot- and bike path from Eide to Voss.
- Post road to Ulvik, beautiful scenery and
cultural sights, 3.5 hours.
- A trip along the Granvinfjord. From
Eide to Hamre. Map available at the Tourist
Information and the town hall, including
information on other hikes.

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Hikes in Granvin

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Granvin has many fi ne hikes to offer. Examples: - The old railway track. A foot- and bike path from Eide to Voss. - Post road to Ulvik, beautiful...

Hikes in Granvin

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