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At 15 different sites throughout the municipality, you can punch your trail card. If you visit at least 10 sites, you can enter the prize drawing. Maps showing suggested walks are available at the Sola Public Library.

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Sola walks

Sola walks

At 15 different sites throughout the municipality, you can punch your trail card. If you visit at least 10 sites, you can enter the prize drawing. Ma...

Sola walks

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