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Running in Bergsäter

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About 200m above sea level600ft above sea level

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Winter running in Bergsäter

Winters in Bergsäter can get cold and snowy. December through March might see snow and the temperature is often below -15°C0°F . January is especially snowy with an average of about 15.8 cm0.6 inches of snow per day. The days are short and in December it is only bright out between about 1010 AM and 153 PM.

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Running tracks in Bergsäter

Höökborgen

Weather in Bergsäter

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