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Hiking track - Trollvassnipen

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Hiking track - Trollvassnipen Photo: Sveio Kommune
Hiking track - Trollvassnipen Photo: Sveio Kommune
Hiking track - Trollvassnipen Photo: Sveio Kommune
Hiking track - Trollvassnipen Photo: Sveio Kommune

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Hiking track to the highest mountain in Sveio.

One to two hours to the peak, which is 432 metres above sea level, with some steep tracks. Excellent view in all directions, it is possible to see almost all the way from Bergen to Stavanger on a clear day. The track starts just south of Valestrand school. Parking close to the school. You can also walk from Holsvika outdoor area (Bjørgo) or from Haugsgjerdelva river.

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Hiking track - Trollvassnipen

Hiking track to the highest mountain in Sveio. One to two hours to the peak, which is 432 metres above sea level, with some steep tracks. Excellent...

Hiking track - Trollvassnipen

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