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Rimstigen Photo: Trygve Dugstad
Rimstigen Photo: Trygve Dugstad

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Hiking in the Nærøyfjord area.
A steep path from the carroad Gudvangen-Bakka appr. 500 metres after the church at Bakka. Panoramic view to the Nærøyfjord. Same course back to starting point. 4 hours. Map: Nærøyfjord 1:50000.

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Rimstigen

Hiking in the Nærøyfjord area. A steep path from the carroad Gudvangen-Bakka appr. 500 metres after the church at Bakka. Panoramic view to the...

Rimstigen

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