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Monks’ Steps Mountain Race 12th September 2015

Monks’ Steps Mountain Race 12th September 2015 Photo: Munketreppene Opp
Monks’ Steps Mountain Race 12th September 2015 Photo: Munketreppene Opp

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The track connecting Lofthus to Hardangervidda is partly very steep. Centuries ago stones were laid along the track to faciltate the passage. We often call these 616 stones the Monk’s Steps. Monks’ Steps Mountain Race starts at fjord level in Lofthus, the finish is at Rjukande  in Hardangervidda National Park. The race is 6.64 km long, and has a hight difference of 1,000 m.

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Where:Arrangement i Ullensvang
9/12/2015
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Monks’ Steps Mountain Race 12th September 2015 - Photo: Munketreppene Opp

Monks’ Steps Mountain Race 12th September 2015

The track connecting Lofthus to Hardangervidda is partly very steep. Centuries ago stones were laid along the track to faciltate the passage. We often...

Monks’ Steps Mountain Race 12th September 2015

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