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National cycle route in Setesdal

National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Sykkel - © Henrik Duus National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Kirsten Leira
National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Sykkel - © Henrik Duus
National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Anders Martinsen Fotografer
National cycle route in Setesdal Photo: Kirsten Leira

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Cycle route 3 runs from Kristiansand to Haukeligrend. This route mainly follows by-roads and paths. Some stretches, however, follow Highway 9. Parts of the cycle route can easily be enjoyed by "normal" tourists and are suitable for day trips and evening walks. Both routes are clearly marked with cycle signposts and route numbers. A guidebook with detailed information about the routes is available from tourist information centres.

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National cycle route in Setesdal - Photo: Sykkel - © Henrik Duus

National cycle route in Setesdal

Cycle route 3 runs from Kristiansand to Haukeligrend. This route mainly follows by-roads and paths. Some stretches, however, follow Highway 9. Parts o...

National cycle route in Setesdal

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