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Borrow Marka Fritidsklubb's kanoes for free!  The kanoes are set out right next to the water, so all you need to bring is a life jacket.

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Borrow Marka Fritidsklubb's kanoes for free! 
The canoes are set out right next to the water, so all you need to bring is a life jacket and a mobile phone for the code to unlock the canoes.

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There are two kanoes set out by Assævannet. To find Assævannet, go to www.1881.no and search for assævannet, Arendal and you'll see it on the map.

The canoes are locked. To get the right code send an sms to 2440 with the following text: kild1 kano2.


More information about where the kanoes are located, and ideas for where to paddle, visit Marka Fritidsklubb's webpage.

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