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Read more: Gisholt Farm Photo: Bø gardsturisme

Lunde

Gisholt Farm

Gisholt is located 8km up the Telemark Canal from Lunde in the settlement known as Flåbygd. The farm has been in the family for four generations....
Read more: Fosseland Ferie og Fritidssenter Photo: Marianne Haugland

Kvinesdal

Fosseland Ferie og Fritidssenter

Fosseland Ferie and Fritidssenter offers accommodation and hunting along with a range of activities.
Read more: Egenes Camping Photo: Smaabykontoret

Flekkefjord

Egenes Camping

By the foot of the Selura lake you will find Egenes Camping, one of Norway’s first campsites dating back to 1930.
Read more: Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km) Photo: Geir Norling

Etnedal

Bruflat - Etna Camping (9,5 km)

GRADE: Easy. Recommended for families. ROUTE DESCRIPTION: The route starts at Bruflat and goes to Klevgårdsbygda. Continue southwards along road 251...
Read more: Torvløbakkan Gård Photo: Marianne Haugland

Kvinesdal

Torvløbakkan Gård

Traditional Norwegian food made from recioes collected from farms in Kvinesdal and other areas of Norway. All products are fresh and come from local...

Etnedal

Eastern Etnedal (37,7 km)

TYPE: Moderate DESCRIPTION: Start at Joker (grocery store) in Etnedal. After about 200 m, it is quite steep for about 3,8 km through Øverlibygda....
Read more: Rock Carvings - Hegra Photo: Helle Vangen Stuedal

Hegra

Rock Carvings - Hegra

One of the largest collections of Rock carvings in Northern Europe, dating back to the Bronze Age (1500-500 BC) can be seen 2 km east of Hegra. More...
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Skatval

Steinvikholm Castle

On an islet outside Skatval, accessible on foot when the tide is low, lie the remains of a castle that once in Mediaeval Times brooded over Norway´s...
Read more: Rock Carvings - Hell Photo: Bergkunstmuseet - Det magiske berget

Stjørdal

Rock Carvings - Hell

At Steinmohaugen in Hell, there are rock carvings dating back to the Stone Age, approx. 5000 years old. Due to the carving technique the figures are...
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