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Løefjell (934 m.a.s.l.) is one of four summits surrounding Brokke. It offers a spectacular view of Brokke and the landscape conservation area Setesdal Vesthei Ryfylkeheiane. There is a path all the way to the summit. The hike is recommended for children aged 5 and upwards, but by taking one’s time, at is attainable for almost anyone. For climbing enthusiasts, the face of Løefjell offers several exciting routes.

The hike may be done as a summit trip, returning the same way, or you may choose to return on the eastern side, down Kveiribben and back along the old road leading to the Løefjell cabin area. This round trip has a steep descent and is not marked!

At the summit there is a box with a guest book. Feel free to add your name and a greeting!

We also recommend the hike to the summits Uvedalsfjellet, Vardefjell and to Kvisletoppen via Brokke Alpinsenter.
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Løefjell (934 m.a.s.l.) is one of four summits surrounding Brokke. It offers a spectacular view of Brokke and the landscape conservation area Setesdal...

Løefjell 934 m.o.h

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