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The old post route between Skånevik and Etne

The old post route between Skånevik and Etne Photo: Erik Kvalheim, Etne Reiselivslag
The old post route between Skånevik and Etne Photo: Erik Kvalheim, Etne Reiselivslag

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Part of the old Stavanger post route (1785). Start your trip at Etne or Skånevik. Marked track. Fine view points. Arched stone bridge at Tjedla above Skånevik.

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    • mountainous terrain

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The old post route between Skånevik and Etne - Photo: Erik Kvalheim, Etne Reiselivslag

The old post route between Skånevik and Etne

Part of the old Stavanger post route (1785). Start your trip at Etne or Skånevik. Marked track. Fine view points. Arched stone bridge at Tjedla above...

The old post route between Skånevik and Etne

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