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Bjørnemoshøgda is located 200 m above sea level. The bear bog got its name because there is a special bog there that the bear gathers to have in its den. In the old days, bear puree was used to make fireplaces, scrubs and brushes used for bread and flatbread baking. Bjørnemosen is well suited for use as insulation for houses. Think about this when you go out on this trip, maybe you will find some bear moss!
Length (km) 6.2
Difficulty easy to medium
Time approx. 1.5 hours
Substrate both gravel and path
Recommended equipment leisure shoes / hiking shoes
Car traffic very little / none
Start and finish Stora Lee camping
Signage or marking no
Route description If you take it easy and look down at the forest floor, you may be lucky to see how wild boar ravage the forest. Take many stops along the way and enjoy the ride. Remember to bring a thermos and packed lunch! The trip can be suitable for most people, including children accustomed to hiking from approx. 10-11 years.