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Paragliding Ål in Hallingdal

Hallingdal Paraglider Club has several different flight starts in Hallingdal, and of the best ones are to be found in Liagardane i Ål. This is due to t...

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Climbing Ål in Hallingdal

There are many good places for oudoor climbing in Ål and also several boulders. Ål Klatreklubb (Ål Climbing Association) has an indoor climbing wall...

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The Hallingdal track

Spend a week skiing across the Hallingdal mountains, or take a day trip - the choice is yours! The Hallingdal route, formerly known as the Adventure ro...

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Bike trips Torpo/Opheim Ål in Hallingdal

You can start the trip in the centre of Torpo, but it's quite steep until you reach the toll road. To avoid the climb, you can start at the toll bar...

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Cyclist welcome Ål in Hallingdal

Ål is proud to be a Cyclist Welcome municipality. Accommodations that are members on the mountains are Bergsjøstølen, Rødungstøl Høyfjellshotell and...

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Tour suggestions bicycle Ål in Hallingdal

With its range of forest and mountain paths the area around Ål is perfect for delightful cycling trips. Down in the valley, cycle routes go alongside t...

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Bike trips Bergsjøområdet Ål in Hallingdal

There is a fantastic choice of excursions around the area at the foot of Reineskarvet. Mountain and summer farm trails take you through some of the mo...

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Bicycle rental Ål in Hallingdal

In the town centre, Thon Hotel Hallingdal and Hallingdal Holiday Park offers cycle hire. It makes a great starting point for lovely cycle rides in the...

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Maps and information Ål in Hallingdal

The tourist information centre in Ål sells good maps that are very useful when cycling around the Ål and Bergsjø area. It also has a good, free cycling...

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Andebarkji terraincycle club Ål in Hallingdal

Andebarkji is a cycleclub for Hallingdal and surrounding areas. The word Andebarkji comes from a halling expression which means to be breathless or ca...
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