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Frøylandsvatnet

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Frøylandsvatnet Photo: Time kommune

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Frøylandsvatn Lake. The path (7–20 km) passes through beautiful terrain, varying from the open grazing land of Jæren to dense spruce forest. The trail along the lake is ideal for the whole family regardless of the season. From Bryne, access from Sandtangen at Time Town Hall. Parking available.

Transport: Train to Klepp or Bryne. The path lies next to railway part of the route.

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    • lighted track

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Frøylandsvatn Lake. The path (7–20 km) passes through beautiful terrain, varying from the open grazing land of Jæren to dense spruce forest. The trail...

Frøylandsvatnet

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