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Hunderfossen High Ropes Course

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Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Kirsti Hovde
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familepark
Hunderfossen High Ropes Course Photo: Hunderfossen Familiepark
This is really exciting! Huge area with a lot of possibilities for climbing and rappelling.

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At Hunderfossen, 15 km north of Lillehammer Centre, you are guaranteed to see our gigantic Troll - 14 m high while sitting! Just next to the huge Troll you will find the High Ropes Course.
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