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"Groosebekken" - Heritage Trail

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Groosebekken, originally called Groa, is a 4km long stream running from Dømmesmoen/Bråstad (Bukketjern), through Grimstad and into the sea by Groos. Dømmesmoen is another excellent starting point for walks in the Fjæreheia area. The heritage trail is part of a vast network of trails, foot and cycle paths and country roads. It is way-marked and easy to follow, and information on cultural heritage, flora and fauna can be found along the way.

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"Groosebekken" - Heritage Trail

Groosebekken, originally called Groa, is a 4km long stream running from Dømmesmoen/Bråstad (Bukketjern), through Grimstad and into the sea by Groos....

"Groosebekken" - Heritage Trail

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