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Eastern Norway Gjøvik Nordre Land

Sæterrunden (18 km)

  • Krokhølen, Synnfjellvegen, Nordre Land
  • +47 61289800
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Sæterrunden is a round-trip through varied, hilly terrain.

Sæterrunden is a round-trip through varied, hilly terrain. From 800 m to its highest point of 900 m, the trail leads through woodland, along roads, across marshes, and all the way up into the mountain towards the Spåtindtoppen peak.  This is a trip suitable for all, with both short and long options available.

From Krokhølen at 800 m, the trail leads south across marshes, through the forest, and on to its first climb to Aasætra cabin complex. Continue straight ahead for approx. 1 km, and you will reach 900 m altitude.  The trail enters a bend, and continues across marshland and through the forests to the road. It then continues across Synnfjellvegen and through the forest up to Endeløsmyrene at 850 m. After crossing Klemosæterhøgda, it reaches the trail junction at Klemosætra. Continue across the marsh, and then turn left down towards Krokhølen.


Several routes and trails linked to Sæterrunden
Sæterrunden offer several opportunities to add on some extra distance. Turn right at Aasætra cabin complex, and you can continue across vast marshland leading up to the mountain and the Spåtindtoppen peak. If you then turn right onto the Strangsæterunden trail, you will return to Krokhølen. This round is approx. 10.5 km, and has some challenging downhill sections. An alternative is to follow the trail from Aasætra towards Spåtindtoppen, but then turn left after approx. 1 km and continue to Hugulia.
 
Some 2 km after Endeløsmyrene, there is an option to turn left and descend to Synnfjellporten. If you continue towards Klemosæterhøgda, you will have joined the Krokhølrunden trail. You can then turn left and get down to Krokhølen through the cabin area. If you opt to follow Sæterrunden, you will reach the trail junction at Klemosætra. The trail continues across the marsh, and then reaches the climb to Skjervungfjellet where you can follow the Kvenlirunden trail. 


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  • Source: Visit Lillehammer

General

Effort level
  • Challenging
  • Easy
  • Medium
Landscape
  • Forest area
  • Mountain area
Season
  • Spring
  • Winter

Outdoor Activities

Activities
  • Bicycle tours
  • Nature trail
Biking
  • Bike route/tour
  • Bike trails
Hiking
  • Short hikes (1-4 hours)
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