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Green route - city centre

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A family-friendly bicycle trail in Sandnes.

Marked round trip that offers scenic and cultural experiences. A large part of the trip follows a vehicle-fee road in lush green surroundings on paths/bicycle paths. The bicycle route is ideal for family trips, relaxed rides and exercise trips. Start at the cultural centre, via Skeianetunet, then on through Sandvedparken to Ganddal, around Stokkelandsvatn lake to Tronsholen, along Ålgårdsveien to Austrått skole and continue on the bicycle path on the south side of the school to Iglemyr, then down through Gravarslia via Havnegata to the cultural centre. Distance 14 km.

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Green route - city centre

A family-friendly bicycle trail in Sandnes. Marked round trip that offers scenic and cultural experiences. A large part of the trip follows a...

Green route - city centre

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