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Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral

Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral Photo: FREM Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral Photo: FREM Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral Photo: FREM
Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral Photo: FREM
Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral Photo: FREM
Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral Photo: FREM

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It is a good three hours’ walk from Røysland to Lordehytta, the striking hunting lodge
built by the Scottish nobleman Lord Salvesen in 1910.

The trail is not marked, so you will need to have a good map and a compass.

The hunting lodge is privately owned, and is therefore not open to the public.
Nevertheless, it is such an impressive sight amidst the mountains that just seeing it is
well worth the walk!

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Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral

It is a good three hours’ walk from Røysland to Lordehytta, the striking hunting lodge built by the Scottish nobleman Lord Salvesen in 1910. The tra...

Walk to Lordehytta, Åseral

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