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Sykkylven area

I would like to ask for advice in reference to a trip to Norway in search of ancestry. This will probably be a one-shot type of trip, probably not until next year or the year after.
One branch of my family is from the Sykkylven area in the western part of Norway. Another has connections to Kvalheim, or a farm called Kvalheim. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to get there, where to stay, how to access records, locate a particular farm, etc? Any tidbits would be welcomed!

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