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Brufjell Hulene, Flekkefjord

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  • Great nice walk, advice to do only in dry weather. A lot of steep descents and in dry weather already occasionally smooth. With our two grandchildren of 10 years. They're not afraid laid out so we dared this. At the tourist office we were told that they could. They thought it was a wonderful adventure.
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  • Want a nice, gentle and yet exciting hike? Travel by car to Roligheten (literary means "the calm place", park and walk out to Brufjell (marked tour by Turistforeningen), suntan in the stonecaves made ...  more »
  • This tour was really exciting. Since we did not equal the beginning of the path, we asked a native people who showed us the way equal to the. She warned us, however strongly the way would be steep. First, you walk up a steep slope on the mountain. This is somewhat exhausting if you spend every day in the gym, but it's still good to create. The next part of the route leads across a high plateau at the end you will be rewarded with a magnificent view. With us, it was now time for the picnic. The last part of the route is not necessarily suitable for children, because one must climb over a debris avalanche down. Sometimes it leads over iron brackets which are attached to the mountain. A too-brief chain suggests just security. People with fear of heights get really easily. At the end of the caves were not quite as deep as the images sometimes suggest, the great images emerge anyway. The trail itself is worth even the 5 points! We learned one, if Norwegians recommend good shoes, they mean it, too. When it rains should relegation would rather not dare. In our German guide stood by the way tour, there's no one. You can invert still on the road to a different track, which also leads to the village.
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