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Bråvoll Camping Photo: Evald Hatten
Bråvoll Camping Photo: Trond Steinsland
Bråvoll Camping Photo: Bråvoll Camping

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Bråvoll camping is beautifully located by the Hardangerfjord by RV 13, and is a perfect starting point for hiking in the Hardangervidda plateau. Short walk to grocery store, bank, post etc. Holiday- and family park 50 m. The cabins are equipped with refrigerator and cooking plate. Rowing boat can be borrowed for free. Boat w/engine for rent.

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Bråvoll camping is beautifully located by the Hardangerfjord by RV 13, and is a perfect starting point for hiking in the Hardangervidda plateau. Short...

Bråvoll Camping

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Follow the scenic Hardangerfjord in Fjord Norway, where for over a century travelers have come to see mountains, fjords, waterfalls and glaciers.

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