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Reinli - N.Fjellstølen - Ellingsæter - Reinli (35 km)

Reinli - N.Fjellstølen - Ellingsæter - Reinli (35 km) Photo: Valdres Destinasjon AS Read more: Reinli
Reinli - N.Fjellstølen - Ellingsæter - Reinli (35 km) Photo: Valdres Destinasjon AS
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From Bagn, drive to Reinli and park your car at Ica (grocery store). Follow the signs towards N.Fjellstølen and continue to Furuset.

From there, continue in the direction of Bagn until you see the signs to Reinli. There will be a few km of asfalt until you get to a nice gravel road.

Through the area og Bjødalen, there are some road stretches with rather poor quality, but the charming summer farm area with animals grazing in the landscape will probably make this the highlight of the tour. You will need to cross the Bjødalen stream, and unless you are able to cycle across - you might get your feet wet!

The route is challenging as the lowest point is approx. 500 m and the highest point is approx. 1040, however, it's exciting to see how the landscape changes from the deep forest terrain to the open mountain landscape as you are climbing.

You will need a mountain bike and cycling experience to complete this tour.

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  • Sports Sports
  • Cycling Cycling

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Car E16 - Bagn -> Ellingsæter/Gol Bus www.jvb.no - www.valdresekspressen.no
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Reinli - N.Fjellstølen - Ellingsæter - Reinli (35 km)

LEVEL: Difficult DESCRIPTION: From Bagn, drive to Reinli and park your car at Ica (grocery store). Follow the signs towards N.Fjellstølen and continue...

Reinli - N.Fjellstølen - Ellingsæter - Reinli (35 km)

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