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Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond

Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe
Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe
Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe
Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe
Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe
Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond Photo: Kathrine Kragøe

Hike facts

Effort level
  • Easy
Landscape
  • Forest

Contact information

Description

Very well organized family fishing spot, perhaps the best in the whole region, with information boards, 3 fishing piers, 400 m path for wheel chair users, nature trail, shelter, 3 barbecues, tables and benches, woodshed, water regulation pond and toilet. The area is particularly well suited for outdoor recreation and fishing for the handicapped.

Fishing licenses and answer form for the nature trail can be purchased at the information board – self service.

The fish in tjønna/pond is of good quality - charr and trout.

Facilities

  • Disabled persons

    • adapted for disabled
  • Activities

    • freshwater fishing
  • Nature and terrain

    • forest area
  • Grading

    • easy

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Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond - Photo: Kathrine Kragøe

Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond

Very well organized family fishing spot, perhaps the best in the whole region, with information boards, 3 fishing piers, 400 m path for wheel chair...

Trip Suggestion: Liatjønna/Lia Pond

Source: Visitnorway

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