At the top of Marsteinsvola there’s a beautiful view over the Trondheimsfjord.
To get to the top of Marsteinvola one have many routs to choose from, but this map shows a roundtrip starting at the Raudflovatnet lake (Inderøy municipality), but one can just as easy start at the Stubbsetertjønna lake in north (Steinkjer municipality).
Parts of the trail is steep, not very well marked, but easy to follow. One can wear sneakers when the weather is nice, but boots are recommended.
Start at the car park at the Raudflovatnet Lake (follow the sign «Oldtidsveg» from E6, Røra and drive almost to the end of the gravel road). From the car park, follow the gravel road alongside the water, and keep left in the first cross. In the next cross follow the sign “Marsteinvola” on the right hand side and then left up a steep hill. Follow the road and then the trail all the way to the top.
Seating area and beautiful view at the top!
On the way down, follow the trail south-west, on the western side of the antenna. The trail is relatively visible over the marshes, and ends on a gravel road. Follow the road northwards to the end, and then the dirt road/trail. By the signboard continue straight north towards “Stubbsetertjønna”, and then left towards the car park. In the first cross one can either continue straight ahead or turn left and then right, straight through the woods after some hundred meters before continuing on the gravel road to the car park.Notice that the Raudflovatnet lake is the local drinking water source, and that camping and bathing is prohibited.Road description:
Follow the E6 to Røra, in the 60 zone you see a sign labeled “Oldtidsveg”. Follow the sign and turn right onto “Floanvegen”, continue up the steep gravel road. Follow the gravel road almost to the end where there’s a car park by the Raudflovatnet lake.
Follow E6 to Sparbu, continue on road Fv253 towards Lysheim/Veimo and turn right by the sign «Volhaugen». Follow the gravel road to the end. Remember coins for road toll.Hiking mapFor more information about hikingroutes in Levanger, Verdal, Inderøy and Steinkjer