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The Kikut Tour

The Kikut Tour Photo: Nina Gässler
The Kikut Tour Photo: Nina Gässler

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This is a nice tour for active people who wish to stop for a snack and refreshments at Hakkesetstølen. Start from Geilo Fjellandsby
by Kikutkroa, and follow the signposts halfway around Geilotjødne. From Geilotjødne you will travel partly on roadway and partly on a trail to Hakkesetstølen. There you can eat and drink. From
Hakksetstølen you can travel in the direction of Kikut Fjellstue, then enter Lometjødnvegen, on to the new ski bridge, and finally down to
the old Skurdalsvegen by Kikut Nord. Here the route turns around and runs up to Geilo Fjellandsby and Geilotjødne.
Distance: 6 km
Surface: Gravel. Unsuitable for passenger trailers

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  • Cycling Cycling

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Where:Kikut
5/1/2009 - 11/1/2020
Mon - Sun
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The Kikut Tour - Photo: Nina Gässler

The Kikut Tour

This is a nice tour for active people who wish to stop for a snack and refreshments at Hakkesetstølen. Start from Geilo Fjellandsby by Kikutkroa, and...

The Kikut Tour

Source: Visitnorway

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