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Fløtenhovda round trip (40 km)

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This route will take you past traditional summer mountain farm areas while cycling on quiet mountain roads.

From Vasetdansen or Joker Fjellbu (comvenient store) in Tisleidalen, follow the signs towards Fløten. Make a right turn at Fløtenkrysset (intersection) and follow the farm road, past the tow 1000m markings. At the next road crossing, turn right twoards Gauklia and Brattåsen. When you reach the top there is a small picnic area with a nice view towards the Skogshorn mountain.

From there, turn left and the route will take you downhill to the idyllic farm area of Tyrisholt.

At Langestølen (small convenient store and café) you can stop for a ligh meal, before you continue towards Furuset and back to the starting point in Tisleidalen.


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Car E16 - Leira Rv 51 - Tisleidalen Bus www.jvb.no - www.valdresekspressen.no
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Fløtenhovda round trip (40 km)

Fløtenhovda round trip (40 km)

LEVEL: Moderate ROUTE: Fløten-Gauklia-Brattåsen-Tyrisholt-Langestølen-Furuset-Fløten This route will take you past traditional summer mountain farm...

Fløtenhovda round trip (40 km)

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