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Laksefjordvidda - On 20 July every year, the road is opened to the popular recreational area in Laksefjordvidda plain, where tourists and locals come to enjoy the wonderful countryside under the midnight sun. This is an idyllic area with forested hillsides, naked mountain plain and fishing lakes – a true paradise for those who love the great outdoors.

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The Laksefjordvidda plain

Laksefjordvidda - On 20 July every year, the road is opened to the popular recreational area in Laksefjordvidda plain, where tourists and locals come...

The Laksefjordvidda plain

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