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Landsbytråkk cycle route – Fløyter’n

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Landsbytråkk cycle route – Fløyter’n
This is the route of the cycling competition Fløyterrittet. The trail is very demanding, running along asphalted roads, gravel lanes and off-road terrain. The route starts at Dokka station.

Head west from the station along the street Storgata until you reach Dokka bridge. Turn right just before the bridge into Torpavegen.
Follow this road to Brovold, then continue north towards the quarry. Cross the quarry and continue through the residential area and on to the road Lillehammervegen.

Follow Lillehammervegen for around 700 metres, then turn left. Continue on the gravel lane/off-road track until you reach the gravel lane to Brudalen.

Carry on until you get back to Lillehammervegen. Follow this for 2.2 km and then turn right on to the gravel lane (signposted “Fløyterrittet”).

Take a sharp right and join the old forest lane. Follow this until you reach a quarry, cross the quarry and follow signs to Fløyterrittet.

Continue along the track as it climbs up the hill Østsinniåsen through a changing terrain of gravel lanes, paths, off-road tracks and marshes. The route is clearly marked.

After you have completed the off-road track you arrive on the road Østsinnilinna.
Turn right, and after 400 metres, turn left on to the gravel lane.

After a while you arrive at a forest lane/off-road track before you join the road Østsinnivegen/Puffen.

Turn right towards Dokka.
Now turn right on road Østsinnilinna. Cycle 1.1 km and turn left on to a forest lane.

Now follow the signposted track through the changing terrain until you reach Nybakktåjet. Continue on towards Dokka.

At Østsinni church follow the path to Gard’gutua, back on to the road Østsinnilinna and into the Trollskogen forest.

You will exit the forest on the road Landmovegen. Follow this road down to Storgata and back to the station.

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