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Hunting in Åseral?

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The varied nature in Åseral, from deep forests to high mountains, contributes to the fact that the region boasts an extensive cross-section of game.

Ptarmigan, black grouse, capercaillie, hare, beaver, roe deer, red deer, reindeer and elk are just a few of the species to be found.

Hunting licenses are not sold openly in Åseral since all land is privately owned. Nonetheless, an increasing number of landowners are aware that there is a market for hunting privileges.

Consequently, if you have questions regarding hunting in Åseral, please contact the district tourism office by telephone at (+47) 38 28 58 21.

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Hunting in Åseral?

The varied nature in Åseral, from deep forests to high mountains, contributes to the fact that the region boasts an extensive cross-section of game....

Hunting in Åseral?

Source: Visitnorway

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