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Cycle tour at Breheimen and Jotunheimen

Cycle tour at Breheimen and Jotunheimen Photo: Halvor Bakken
Cycle tour at Breheimen and Jotunheimen Photo: Halvor Bakken

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At Nordstedalseter in Fortunsdalen and Middalen you can bike ride downhill 20 miles down to Fortun. One of the longest downhill in Norway. We offer shuttling from Fortun to Nørdstedalseter.
We have 15 bicycles at all size.

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  • Discounts

    • DNT- membership

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  • Cycling Cycling

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Where:Nørdstedalseter
6/24/2010 - 9/12/2010
Mon - Sun
8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Cycle tour at Breheimen and Jotunheimen - Photo: Halvor Bakken

Cycle tour at Breheimen and Jotunheimen

At Nordstedalseter in Fortunsdalen and Middalen you can bike ride downhill 20 miles down to Fortun. One of the longest downhill in Norway. We offer...

Cycle tour at Breheimen and Jotunheimen

Source: Visitnorway

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