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Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail

Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail Photo: Hedemarksmuseet Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail Photo: M8 design Read more: Søsterkirkene Granavollen
Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail Photo: Hedemarksmuseet
Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail Photo: M8 design
Read more: Søsterkirkene Granavollen
Hike along the Pilgrims' Way across Hadeland to Mjøsa. Bønsnes by Tyrifjorden - Granavollen - Skibladner from Gjøvik - Domkirkeodden at Hamar - Lillehammer.

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Hike along the Pilgrims' Way across Hadeland to Mjøsa. Bønsnes by Tyrifjorden - Granavollen - Skibladner from Gjøvik - Domkirkeodden at Hamar - Lillehammer. Starting point is Bønsnes at Ringerike, which is where Olav the Sacred, the patron saint of Norway, spent his childhood years. The route runs via Granavollen at Hadeland, and then on to Gjøvik. You will then be transported to Hamar and the cathedral ruins at Domkirkeodden by Skibladner, Norway's oldest paddle steamer. Most of the hike follows old routes with gentle terrain, and leads through thriving villages and a lush cultural landscape with an abundance of heritage sites. As part of the package, you will visit the Pilgrim Centres of Granavollen and Domkirkeodden. You stay in good hotels and Youth-Hostels during the tour. All rooms with private facilities.

For groups on request. Min 6 persons.

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Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail

Hike along the Pilgrims' Way across Hadeland to Mjøsa. Bønsnes by Tyrifjorden - Granavollen - Skibladner from Gjøvik - Domkirkeodden at Hamar - Lilleha...

Hadeland to Mjøsa - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail

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