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Trysilrypa long trail

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Hike facts

Effort level
  • Challenging
Duration
  • 3 hours

Contact information

Description

The long Trysilrypa trail has a real alpine feel and offers amazing views when the weather is clear.
Length: 13 km
Total ascent: 322 m
Highest point 933 masl
The route runs along a gravel track for the first one and a half kilometres. Thereafter it runs along a path in beautiful mountain surroundings. After about eight kilometres you reach Entjern. This is a great spot for a break or a refreshing dip for the most daring.

The trail is the longest route in Trysilrypa Hiking Race and March for women, which takes place every September.

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  • Hiking Hiking

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  • Grading

    • challenging
  • Duration

    • 3 hours

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Trysilrypa long trail

Trysilrypa long trail

The long Trysilrypa trail has a real alpine feel and offers amazing views when the weather is clear. Length: 13 km Total ascent: 322 m Highest point...

Trysilrypa long trail

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