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Aremarksjøen in the middle of the Haldenvassdraget watercourse has many islands and straits, both large and small.
Aremarksjøen in the middle of the Halden canal has many islands and straits, both large and small. With its numerous coves and peninsulas, it’s lovely scenery to cycle in.
At Strømsfoss you can visit the museum and art gallery, as well as the indoor shop and café. The ship Brekke docks at the pier and can take you down to Tistedal. On the western side of Aremarksjøen you can take a detour to Vestfjella, which offers unique outdoor experiences and the possibility of cottage accommodation.
The Vestsia road is slightly hilly and runs through farms and cultivated land. At the Skolleborg dam, you have a chance of seeing beavers. At Skotsberg, Aremarksjøen flows through the Tordivelen to Aspern and the view from the Skodberg bridge is beautiful. From here, there may be some traffic on the next 2 km of the FV21 to Fossby. From Fossby, the cycle path continues for about 3 km to Aremark Church, before the route joins the FV 21 again for a slightly hillier 6 km stretch. The scenery is characterised by verdant farmland and farms with livestock.
Time: 2-3 hours
Road surface: Asphalt throughout
Bicycle requirments: Standard bicycle
Traffic: Occasionally heavy traffic on the FV21 (8km)
Start & finish: Strømsfoss