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Green route - Melsheiruta

Green route - Melsheiruta Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik Green route - Melsheiruta Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik Green route - Melsheiruta Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Green route - Melsheiruta Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Green route - Melsheiruta Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Green route - Melsheiruta Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik

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A beautiful and varied tour that starts at Tronsholen and follows the cycletrack to Bråsteinsvatnet Lake. A recreation area good for swimming and fishing. Continue the tour to the Arboretum, with its 150 acres, 15 km of marked tracks - Norways largest arboretum. Here is more than 1400 different species of trees and shrubs. From here you go to Sviland and up Steinsfjellet, and then you can go all the way back downhill through parts of Melshei and back to Tronsholen.

The tour is about 13 km.

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Green route - Melsheiruta - Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik

Green route - Melsheiruta

A beautiful and varied tour that starts at Tronsholen and follows the cycletrack to Bråsteinsvatnet Lake. A recreation area good for swimming and...

Green route - Melsheiruta

Source: Visitnorway

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