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Canoeing in Sirdal

Canoeing in Sirdal Photo: Odd Kvinen
Canoeing in Sirdal Photo: Odd Kvinen

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'Aktiv Villmark Opplevelse' offers everything from short day programs in a tranquil setting to "expeditions" with accommodation far off the beaten track. Taking you deep into Sirdals beautiful untouched natural conservation area.

Should you choose to go on your own, equipment is available for hire at several locations:
Suleskar Fjellsenter
Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping
Lindeland Camping

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Canoeing in Sirdal - Photo: Odd Kvinen

Canoeing in Sirdal

'Aktiv Villmark Opplevelse' offers everything from short day programs in a tranquil setting to "expeditions" with accommodation far off the beaten...

Canoeing in Sirdal

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