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Family round trip Vaset-Nøsen (24 km)

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Description

TYPE:
Easy-Moderate.

DESCRIPTION:
From Vaset, follow Panoramaveien through a toll road towards Krististølen. On the right side of the road you will find a viewpoint where you can see many of Jotunheimens mountainpeaks.

Continue on towards the small lake called Rensenn, which is well known for its sandbeach and swimming area.

The trip continues towards Nøsen and we recommend a meal at Nøsen Fjellstue before you’re on your way towards Langestølen.

From there, follow the bicycle signs back to Flyin, Krististølen and Vaset.

Facilities

  • Sports activities

    • cycling
  • Activities

    • activities for children
  • Grading

    • easy

Categories

  • Cycling Cycling
  • Sports Sports

Transportation


Car E16 - Ulnes Panoramavegen - Vaset Bus www.jvb.no - www.valdresekspressen.no
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Family round trip Vaset-Nøsen (24 km)

Family round trip Vaset-Nøsen (24 km)

TYPE: Easy-Moderate. DESCRIPTION: From Vaset, follow Panoramaveien through a toll road towards Krististølen. On the right side of the road you will...

Family round trip Vaset-Nøsen (24 km)

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