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Caving - Norgesguidene

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Experience great rooms, narrow passageways and underground waterfalls dug out by the River Dumma. A beautiful and distinctive place to visit irrespective of weather, age and physical condition.

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  • Activities

    • caving
  • Nature and terrain

    • mountainous terrain

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Caving - Norgesguidene

Experience great rooms, narrow passageways and underground waterfalls dug out by the River Dumma. A beautiful and distinctive place to visit...

Caving - Norgesguidene

Source: Visitnorway

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