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Nature attractions in Southern Norway
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Kvåsfossen is one of Southern Norway's largest waterfalls with a majestic drop of 36 meters.
The walking round Rundetjønn is easy, parts of it on gravel road.
The forest track at the museum is a 2,5 km long marked path with 18 stops with information in Norwegian and German about different aspects of forestry.
The path starts by Birkeland School, it goes round the southern end of Valtjønn Lake and passes through Tøane housing estate to the top.
The path follows a hillside above the lake. There are several paths in the area and it’s always possible to alter plans.
Røllend is a scenic glade on the eastern bank of lake Berse. The name means ”clearing of land”.
The rural settlement of Tveide consists of several scenic farms, the local museum being one of them.
Norway's second largest tree. Reckoned to be over 1000 years old.
Saltholmen Lighthouse - the islets were used early in the 19th century for the extraction of sea salt. Lighthouse from 1882, manned until 1952 when it was automated.
Den Lille Dyrehage "The Little Zoo" is located at Brokelandsheia just outside Risør. There are over sixty different animal species including monkeys, meerkats, reptiles and other animals.