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Editor’s tip for a trip: Njåskogen. The Stavanger Region has a multitude of good walks to offer. If you’re not up to Pulpit Rock or Kjerag, you could always go a-walkin’ (“uh-huh”) in Njåskogen between Ganddal (come off the E39 after Sandnes and drive towards Kvernaland) and Bryne. It’s got lovely woods, lights around the trail, and take a moment or ten to enjoy the beautiful lake.

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Editor’s tip for a trip: Njåskogen

Published on Wednesday, 3rd March, 2010 at 11:35 under the entertainment category, by Michael Sandelson   .

The Stavanger Region has a multitude of good walks to offer.

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If you’re not up to Pulpit Rock or Kjerag, you could always go a-walkin’ (“uh-huh”) in Njåskogen between Ganddal (come off the E39 after Sandnes and drive towards Kvernaland) and Bryne. It’s got lovely woods, lights around the trail, and take a moment or ten to enjoy the beautiful lake.



Published on Wednesday, 3rd March, 2010 at 11:35 under the entertainment category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: stavanger, walks, njaaskogen, ganddal, sandnes, kvernaland.





  
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