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Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km)

Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km) Photo: Geir Norling
Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km) Photo: Geir Norling

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GRADE:
Easy. Recommended for families.

ROUTE DESCRIPTION:
The route starts at Bruflat and goes to Klevgårdsbygda. Continue southwards along road 251 to the Lunde bridge. From the Lunde bridge you cycle on a gravel road along the western bank of the river Etna. The road narrows after a while and ends up as a path that takes you to Etna Camping.

There are some small ascents in Klevgårdsbygda, but the rest of the route is easy.

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  • Cycling Cycling

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    • cycling
  • Activities

    • activities for children
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Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km) - Photo: Geir Norling

Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km)

GRADE: Easy. Recommended for families. ROUTE DESCRIPTION: The route starts at Bruflat and goes to Klevgårdsbygda. Continue southwards along road 251 t...

Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km)

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