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Vagleskogen (forest)

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Landscape
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Description

There are 3,5 km with floodlit gravel walks that are frequently used by joggers. The area consists of spruce and pine forrests which provide shelter on windy days. A round trip will take about 1 hour.

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Facilities

  • Disabled persons

    • accessible to wheelchair users
  • Activities

    • nature trails
    • mushroom picking
  • Nature and terrain

    • forest
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Vagleskogen (forest)

There are 3,5 km with floodlit gravel walks that are frequently used by joggers. The area consists of spruce and pine forrests which provide shelter o...

Vagleskogen (forest)

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