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Hiking Bjønnehiet-Tveitheia in Åmli

Hiking Bjønnehiet-Tveitheia in Åmli Photo: Anne Lise Skjeggedal
Hiking Bjønnehiet-Tveitheia in Åmli Photo: Anne Lise Skjeggedal

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Bjønnehiet at Tveitheia is 374 metres above sea level, and there are two alternative easy trails leading to this point.

The first alternative is from the power station to Bjønnehiet, which is a 3,5 km one way trup, and the trip takes about 3 hours all together.Drive to Åmli centre and park by Åmfoss cafeteria. Follow the signposts for the trail up the hill from Åmfoss cafe/tourist info. At the top, there is a signpost for trails and an information board. The trail is marked in orange.

The second alternative is from Pan Garden to Bjønnehiet. This is a longer trip of 6,5 km one way, and the trail will be about 4,5 hours return trip. Drive to Pan Garden on road no 415 and park by the hotel. Follow the main road for a while until you reach an information board on the side of the road, then follow
the orange marks.

NB! The guestbook is inside the cabin.
Part of the peaks of Åmli project.. Check out www.amli.no, Produktark, to find a map of the route.

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Hiking Bjønnehiet-Tveitheia in Åmli - Photo: Anne Lise Skjeggedal

Hiking Bjønnehiet-Tveitheia in Åmli

Bjønnehiet at Tveitheia is 374 metres above sea level, and there are two alternative easy trails leading to this point. The first alternative is...

Hiking Bjønnehiet-Tveitheia in Åmli

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