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Our friends brought us for a trail walk and run. We ran the 10K black trail that winds past a horse riding school, over rocks and roots in the trail, under the canopy of the beechwoods. It was beautiful and challenging. A hike would have...More
Definitely a must do in Larvik. The forest is just a ten minute walk from the harbour and train station. It has lovely paths and walks...and there is even an original path still there from the Viking era. Nice information boards explaining about the area....More
Beech forest - Bøkeskogen in Larvik was Norway's first public area in 1884 and is a short distance from the centre of town. We visted in winter and it is a lovely area to stroll and would be even better during the summer. The forest is a...More
This is a peaceful and beautiful woodland area on the edge of We were there as the buds on the trees were just starting to come out and the floor of the woodland was carpeted with some lovely white flowers that we have not seen...More
Larvik is a small town for a cruise ship visit but discovering the beech forest was a pleasant surprise. Looking north from the town centre we were enticed by the sight of some trees. Once into the small forest the world changes into a tranquil...More
If you want a forest where youre mind can fly, youre soul get refilled and you can walk or train for hours ? Then you should visit Larvik Beech Forest. I love these forest. I recomment visit in end of may when its spring green,...More