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Åsebu GPS 59,068524 10,933864

Description of the area Åsebu is a gorgeous outdoor activities area with great views, swimming, fishing and exciting tours There is a marked 7 km Coastal Path and a circular trail inside Hvaler National Park. Along the trail, you will discover loads of interesting facts on geology, birdlife, plants and landscape. There is a U turn spot where you can listen to the birds and learn more about heather covered moorland. Down by the water there is a picnic area with tables and benches. For more information see www.ytrehvaler.no and www.hvaler.kommune.no How to get there The car park is close to highway 108, which is the starting point for the Coastal Path. There are good bus connections from Oslo, Fredrikstad and Skjærhalden. The bus stop is called Åsebu. You can follow the Coastal Path from Åsebu to Vikerhavn. Here you will find a large information panel. Access details The car park has 2 marked places for the disabled and the path down to the water is adapted for wheelchair users. There is seating with wheelchair friendly tables. In the summer, wheelchair mats are placed on the beach, so that users can down to the sea.

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The Coastal Path through Bohuslän, Østfold and Akershus  

The guide shows our Coastal Path in stages, on maps with a scale of 1:50 000. Trails are marked blue, both on the map and on site. Along or...

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