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The Pilgrim's Path

The Pilgrim's Path Photo: Hå kommune
The Pilgrim's Path Photo: Hå kommune

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The Pilgrim's Path at Jæren is well-marked and follows the old King's Road northwards, from Varhaug old cemetery to the stone cross at Njærheim. Just follow the pilgrimage marks, or the blue marks that show the route of the old King's road. After crossing the suspension bridge across Håelva river, turn to the right to visit the old stone cross at Njærheim.

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The Pilgrim's Path - Photo: Hå kommune

The Pilgrim's Path

The Pilgrim's Path at Jæren is well-marked and follows the old King's Road northwards, from Varhaug old cemetery to the stone cross at Njærheim. Just...

The Pilgrim's Path

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