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Djupadalen

Djupadalen Photo: Haugesund kommune
Djupadalen Photo: Haugesund kommune

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Take the Skjoldavegen Road to Eivindsvatnet Lake. The area consists of lush plantation forests, bathing area and good fishing grounds. Circular walking route stretching 8 km from Haugesund to Kattanack, Haralsvang and back to Haugesund. The trails are suitable for ordinary footwear and are also accessible by bicycle. Lighted trail at night.

Djupadalen is a natural outdoor recreational area that borders the edge of Haugesund. The area is well utilised all year for walking and other activities. The walking trail along the west side of Eivindsvannet Lake is universally formed with a guardrail around large sections of the lake. From here there are many tracks that lead to Steinsfjellet Mountain and the rest of Byheiene. Access: from the car park at Steinarskolen School.Degree of difficulty:low.

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Djupadalen

Take the Skjoldavegen Road to Eivindsvatnet Lake. The area consists of lush plantation forests, bathing area and good fishing grounds. Circular...

Djupadalen

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