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Beito circle (13,7 km)

Beito circle (13,7 km) Photo: Valdres Destinasjon AS Beito circle (13,7 km) Photo: www.valdresibilder.no
Beito circle (13,7 km) Photo: Valdres Destinasjon AS
Beito circle (13,7 km) Photo: www.valdresibilder.no

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TYPE:
Easy/Moderate, but a steep climb the last two km.
Paved road with some traffic. Not recommended for small children.

DESCRIPTION:
Follow Road 51 (South) for approx. 4,4 km and turn right towards Skredbergo. Continue along the Øyangen lake and enjoy a nice view towards the Slettefjell and Bitihorn mountains. After a few km, turn right and follow the signs back to Beitostølen. The last 2,5 km is a tough climb, but take your time and enjoy the views along the way.

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  • Sports Sports
  • Cycling Cycling

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  • Sports activities

    • cycling
  • Activities

    • activities for children
  • Grading

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Beito circle (13,7 km) - Photo: Valdres Destinasjon AS

Beito circle (13,7 km)

TYPE: Easy/Moderate, but a steep climb the last two km. Paved road with some traffic. Not recommended for small children. DESCRIPTION: Follow Road...

Beito circle (13,7 km)

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