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Kvæven Hytteutleie

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Opposite Sirdal Fjellmuseum you will find Kvæven Hytteutleie. There are four cabins that sleep 5-8 people. The cabins are ideally situated for hiking in the summer, with some tracks also suitable for prams. During the winter the cabins provide easy access to the cross country trails which are situated a stone's throw away.

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Kvæven Hytteutleie

Kvæven Hytteutleie

Opposite Sirdal Fjellmuseum you will find Kvæven Hytteutleie. There are four cabins that sleep 5-8 people. The cabins are ideally situated for hiking...

Kvæven Hytteutleie

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