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Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge

Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge Photo: Ingjerd Thon Hagaseth Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge Photo: Ingjerd Thon Hagaseth
Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge Photo: Ingjerd Thon Hagaseth
Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge Photo: Ingjerd Thon Hagaseth

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Try Norway's first summer alpine sledge! People of all ages can compete down the double track on individual sledges on wheels. Swirling down the course in an aerodynamic position is fun and exciting for the whole family.

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Where:Beitostølen Skiheiser AS
6/25/2012 - 8/9/2012
Mon - Sun
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Aeroplane www.fagernesairport.com Bus www.valdresekspressen.no www.jvb.no Car E16 - Fagernes Rv51 Beitostølen

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Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge - Photo: Ingjerd Thon Hagaseth

Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge

Try Norway's first summer alpine sledge! People of all ages can compete down the double track on individual sledges on wheels. Swirling down the...

Beitostølen Summer Alpine Sledge

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