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Nosi/Munketreppene

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Nosi/Munketreppene Photo: Hilde Opedal
Nosi/Munketreppene Photo: Hilde Opdeal
Nosi/Munketreppene Photo: Hilde Opedal
Nosi/Munketreppene Photo: Hilde Opedal
Nosi/Munketreppene Photo: Hilde Opedal
Nosi/Munketreppene Photo: Hilde Opedal

Hike facts

Effort level
  • Challenging
Duration
  • 4 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Forest

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Trail up to the viewingpoint Nosi 950 m asl. 4-6 h.

Woodland trail from Lofthus to the peak of Nosi, approx. 950 m above sea level. At a height of around 650 m, the trail is made up of stone steps, also known as the ‘monk’s steps’.  These stone steps was once made by the monks in Opedal. Walking time Lofthus - Nosi and back, approx. 4-6. h. Maps for sale at the tourist offi ce.

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Nosi/Munketreppene

Trail up to the viewingpoint Nosi 950 m asl. 4-6 h. Woodland trail from Lofthus to the peak of Nosi, approx. 950 m above sea level. At a height of aro...

Nosi/Munketreppene

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