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Read more: Fishing license Torvetjønn Photo: Rauland Turist/Bjørn Skinnarland

Rauland

Fishing license Torvetjønn

This lake only contains trout and is in the birch belt.
Read more: Evening snowbording/skiing in Vierli Terrengpark Photo: Terje Skaug

Rauland

Evening snowbording/skiing in Vierli Terrengpark

Evening skiing on flood lit slopes in Vierli Terrengpark every Wednesday and Saturday from 18:00-21:00. Separate lift pass for evening skiiing. If...
Read more: Hjartdal - Bjårvatn Photo: Anne Bjørg Haugan

Tuddal

Hjartdal - Bjårvatn

THIS IS AN EASY TRIP for all the family through a beautiful landscape full of culture and history.
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 2 hours
Landscape
  • Forest
Season:
May - October

Kragerø

Korset - Skåtøy

Korset Korset is a beatiful recreational area at the island Skåtøy, well suited for a picknic or a swim in the ocean. The ferry from Kragerø goes to...
Read more: Kragerø Rib

Kragerø

Kragerø Rib

Kragerø Rib offers customised tours for you and your company. Sea rafting in beautiful nature combined with various activities made suitable for your...
Read more: Krikken Coastal Fort - Skåtøy Photo: Jens Morgan Sørensen

Skåtøy

Krikken Coastal Fort - Skåtøy

Krikken Coastal Fort, a German construction from World War 2 is well worth visiting. The fort is located at Skåtøy island outside of Kragerø, and is an excellent hiking area.
Read more: Kragerø Ridesenter Photo: Kragerø Ridesenter

Sannidal

Kragerø Ridesenter

Kragerø Ridesenter is run by Helle and Trond Clemmetsen with children Kaisa, Jarl and Mads. Helle and Trond are the main instructors, and both have...
Read more: Sykkelrute Fossum -Folkestadbyen

Fyresdal

Sykkelrute Fossum -Folkestadbyen

Cycling route S1. Fossum –Folkestadbyen The tour starts that the Fossum Kurs- and Feriesenter in Hauggrend. Bike along main road 355 for about 2 km until you reach the old stone bridge of Leirfall and then take the first path to the left.
Read more: Fishing Photo: Terje Rakke Nordic Life A/S

Fyresdal

Fishing

The fish are jumping! Fyresdal has a lot of water. Fyresdal boasts 392 bodies of water over a surface area of 10 decares representing around 12% of Fyresdal's total surface area. This means fishing enthusiasts have almost limitless possibilities to catch the "big one". Fishing permit: Fishing permits may be purchased in stores, at petrol stations and camping sites - at around 20 locations both inside and outside of Fyresdal.
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