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Gurebo Gård - Visitor Farm

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Enjoy an exciting farm visit. Open for farm adventures between 12:00 and 16:00 on Wednesdays in the summer season. Otherwise by appointment.

Horse & cart rides, horseback riding and lots of animals. BBQ, Hot Dogs, pancakes, soft drinks, coffee and ice cream. Excellent walking, fishing and swimming opportunities. Boats, canoes and cabins for hire, and a Lavvo (Sámi tent) with food from the wild on the menu.

Would you like to go fishing? There are trout, perch, pike, whitefish and eel in "Urånavassdraget". Boats for sea fishing can be rented.

Categories

  • Fishing Fishing
  • Riding & Sledding Riding & Sledding
  • Farm activities Farm activities

Facilities

  • Hire

    • cabins
    • lavvo (Sami tent)
  • Nature and terrain

    • bathing spot
    • rural
  • Boats

    • canoe
  • Hunting

    • beaver hunting
    • roe deer hunting
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Enjoy an exciting farm visit. Open for farm adventures between 12:00 and 16:00 on Wednesdays in the summer season. Otherwise by appointment. Horse &...

Gurebo Gård - Visitor Farm

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