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Soknakrossen

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Marked trail at Sokn. There is a parking area. The area consists of grassland and hilly coastal landscape with partially developed trail / tractor road in a circular route around 1.8 kilometres. There are great views of the countryside and sea from all parts of the path and especially at Soknakrossen. There are also prehistoric sites in this hiking area. Suitable for families.

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Soknakrossen

Marked trail at Sokn. There is a parking area. The area consists of grassland and hilly coastal landscape with partially developed trail / tractor roa...

Soknakrossen

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